"to commence with" usage

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why should I use the phrase "to commence with"?

 

A native english speaker told me that he has never used this phrase because this phrase sounds very odd to native speaker, is that true?

 

Also, for my sentence, should I say:

(1) He has never used . . .

or 

(2) He had never used . . . 

or

(3) He has had never used . . . 

 

which one is correct?

Thank you

have had Has asked May 07 '14 at 18:01 alan New member

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