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#173401 - 02/09/08 03:37 PM Re: And to begin a sentence [Re: Bigwig Rabbit]
Originally Posted By: Bigwig RabbitThe word "and" is a conjunction and therefore should not begin a sentence.
Is it OK to use "and" to begin a sentence if you're using it as a verb?
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