When to use 'and' at the beginning of a sentence


When to use 'and' at the beginning of a sentence

Conjunctions and Adverbs:

Be careful using the word 'and' in close proximity to the words 'also,' 'plus,' and 'as well.' Since these words have similar meanings, using them in the same sentence could cause redundancy.

Answer and Explanation:

The word 'and' can be used at the beginning of a sentence when continuing a list of important points from the previous sentence. This is often done to...

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Conjunctions: Coordinating & Correlative

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