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Is it correct to use “and” at the beginning of a paragraph or a sentence?

by Jana Johnson

 

 

While there is no rule against using a conjunction to begin a sentence, it is important to be wary of overuse which can make a paragraph sound choppy. It is also useful to consider whether the intent is a more formal or casual paper. Frequently beginning sentences with conjunctions like "and" or "but" can create a more informal feel.

 

 

 

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