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    Start Verb

    Which is more correct, start working or start to work? Thanks!


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    Re: Start Verb

    Both are fine:

    You can start working now/You can start to work now

    I will start working tomorrow/I will start to work tomorrow.

    What context are you looking to use the phrase in?

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