posted by Annie .
Can you start a sentence with from?
Also, is this sentence grammatically correct: Going to the park involved walking the dog, meeting people, and exercising, all of which I loved.
Your sentence is correct.
It's possible to start a sentence with "from," but offhand I can't think of a good sentence that begins that way.
From the depths of the ocean to the peaks of the mountains? does that make sense?
Thanks ms. Sue! and thanks jess!
Jess didn't write a sentence. It lacks a verb.
You could write, From the depths of the ocean, the sunken ship emerged.
However that is awkward.
Not difficult at all!
"From the tip of his nose to the tip of his tail, my dog is only 10 inches long."