Questions tagged with start

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I need help on these 3 sentences. 1. I start work at 9:00. ( Is this grammatically correct?) In this ...
start work +1 vote, asked May 10 by Jonathan Lara
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confused which one to use
Which one is correct; when is the school began or start? Or should i say is the school began already?
began start 0 votes, asked Feb 04 by Nazirah Farhanah
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What is the meaning of " to start with sb.~" and how to use it?
What is the meaning of " to start with sb.~"? 1. To start some relationship (ie, love?) with somebody? Does ...
start with 0 votes, asked Jun 06 '12 by vanessa
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