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Writeone complete sentence for each expression to show clearly how it differs in meaning from their expression in the group.
a to begin by
b to begin to
a to part with
b to part from

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    We will HELP you after you DO the sentences. If you are having difficulty, look in a good dictionary because there are often sample sentences there.

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