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    Can you please start with/in/on the kitchen today?

    The maid is here and my grandma says to her:

    Can you please start with/in/on the kitchen today?

    VS

    Can you please start with/by cleaning the kitchen today?

    Are all of them okay?

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    Re: Can you please start with/in/on the kitchen today?

    They are all OK in #1. I'd only use 'by' in #2.

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