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Start a sentence with a verb whenever you like. See, I just did there. Notice I just did it twice. Oh, now it's three times. The most common time to start a sentence with a verb is when it's an imperative, i.e. you are telling someone what to do. "Go now." "Stand by the door." Etc. Typically in English sentences the pattern is subject - verb - object. But ...


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A sentence can start with a verb only if it's a quote that is well-known within a story which is said from a character or a self- minded response from the author him or herself. It's one of the broken rules when being an independent author. Your writings will be profound as a freedom way of creativity. When writing a sentences within a chapter beginning ...



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