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***I think Tom needs to start hanging out with someone other than Mary.
***Could you please tell me again when the meeting is supposed to start?
***For the lack of something better to do, Tom started cleaning his room.
***How much time did you spend doing research before you started writing?
***I never learned to speak French very well until Tom started to help me.
***I think it’s time for me to start taking my responsibilities seriously.
***Tom abandoned his car that had run out of gasoline and started walking.
***I was planning on going to the beach today, but then it started to rain.
***We have to figure out who started the fire that burned down Tom’s house.
***Tom attracted a crowd of children as soon as he started playing his bongos.
***As soon as I can get a decent video camera, I’ll start making videos to put online.
***Tom thought it would be a good idea to start a website that sold nothing but popcorn.
***Tom and Mary were friends in high school and started dating a few years after graduating.
***Tom killed Mary because he found out she had started the fire that had killed his family.
***I started a new blog. I’ll do my best not to be one of those people who blogs a lot right at the start and then quits blogging.
***The car started.
***Where do I start?
***It’s a good start.
***We started at six.
***Tom started crying.
***When does it start?
***He started swearing.
***I am going to start.
***I am ready to start.
***The car won’t start.
***When should I start?
***You must start soon.
***Don’t get me started.
***Has Mary started yet?
***I started dating Tom.
***I started this topic.
***I will start tonight.
***It’s started to snow.
***We can’t start today.
***We saw the car start.
***You’ll have to start.
***He was about to start.
***I’ve started bleeding.
***It started as a hobby.
***It starts around 8:30.
***It’s starting to rain.
***School starts at 8:40.
***School starts at nine.
***That’s how it started.
***That’s only the start.
***The car doesn’t start.
***What started the fire?
***Who started the fight?
***I’m starting with beer.
***He started talking with his neighbors.
***I started doing this work 4 years ago.
***I thought we should start celebrating.
***I was impatient for the game to start.
***The cat started to scratch the carpet.
***The new term starts in April in Japan.
***They started with five hundred wagons.
***Tom started learning French last year.
***We have started to recycle newspapers.
***We need to start emergency procedures.
***We’ll attempt to start the class soon.
***What time does your first class start?
***What time will the band start playing?
***When did you start studying languages?
***Where do you suggest we start looking?
***You only started this job an hour ago.
***You should make a fresh start in life.
***Don’t start something you can’t finish.
***He stopped smoking and started running.
***I was suspicious of Tom from the start.
***I will start working on July the first.
***I’m really starting to worry about you.
***I’m starting to have fun on my new job.
***It all ended as suddenly as it started.
***It has just started to snow in Vicenza.
***Making a good start is half the battle.
***Press this button to start the machine.
***To start with, I want to thank you all.
***Today I started a new Esperanto course.
***We had to start our business from zero.
***We started it again right after dinner.
***You should start between six and seven.
***You’d better start as soon as possible.
***You’re starting to get really annoying.
***Can you remember where this all started?
***Get a good start by observing carefully.
***Have you told Tom when the party starts?
***He started his job in his early forties.
***I am inclined to wait for him and start.
***I am starting the year as sick as a dog.
***I’d started to think you weren’t coming.
***I’m starting to get used to living here.
***My car didn’t start because of the cold.
***My glasses started to slip down my nose.
***School has started and I like it so far.
***Soldiers came home and started families.
***That painting has started to grow on me.
***The day she started for Paris was rainy.
***There will be setbacks and false starts.