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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.

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    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.

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    From the depths of the ocean to the peaks of the mountains? does that make sense?

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    Thanks ms. Sue! and thanks jess!

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    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.

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    Not difficult at all!
    "From the tip of his nose to the tip of his tail, my dog is only 10 inches long."

    Sra

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    Gracias Sra!

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