Can all subordinating conjunction be included at the beginning of a sentence?


I know we can start a sentence with a subordinating conjunction, e.g.,

  • Unless Christine finishes her calculus homework, she will have to suffer Mr. Nguyen's wrath in class tomorrow.

Is there a rule which applies to certain subordinating conjunction which cannot be included in the beginning of a sentence?

asked Jun 25 '12 at 10:57 Elijah New member

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