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    Someone please help me. I absolutly despise English grammer and writing. I need to know. Can you start a sentence with the word "AND" ? Please someone help me and let me know. Thank you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Someone please help me. I absolutly despise English grammer and writing. I need to know. Can you start a sentence with the word "AND" ? Please someone help me and let me know. Thank you.
    Jennifer
    "and" is a coordinating conjuntion which joins two independent clauses or phrases in the same sentence. If you start a sentence with 'and', it is like cooking a meal at home and then going out dining, if you catch my drift.


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    And one more thing, it is not grammer, but grammar.

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