September 23, 2013
Many people might have an urge to begin a sentence with “and” or “but.” And they can’t think of a good reason not to. But their high school English teacher told them they shouldn't. What to do? LSA English Professor Anne Curzan dispels some of the superstitions surrounding this tricky topic.
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Video production by Natalie Condon and Rob Hess.
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