3 Tutorials that teach Sentences Beginning with "But", "And", or "Because"
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Sentences Beginning with "But", "And", or "Because"

Sentences Beginning with "But", "And", or "Because"

Author: Linda Neuman
This lesson goes over how to begin a sentence with 'but', 'and', or 'because'.
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Using "And," "But," or "Because" to start a sentence

Your third grade teacher was right--sort of! You do not want to haphazardly begin sentences with these words. Used properly, however, these words can do a great job as sentence-beginners. This lesson demonstrates how to do this, and when it is not appropriate to do so.