Sentences with Start, Past and Past Participle Form Of Start V1 V2 V3
Meaning: 1. Begin or be reckoned from a particular point in time or space.(intransitive verb)
2. (of event or process) happen or come into being.(intransitive verb)
3. Give a small jump or make a sudden jerking movement from surprise or alarm.(intransitive verb)
Sentences with Start
1.Samuel started to cry.
2.My son started to gain a lot of weight.
3.The boy said he was hungry and suddenly started to cry.
4.As soon as Marry arrives in the room, I will start telling her what we are experiencing today.
5.The dogs started barking at the stranger outside.
6.They had better be here before we start dinner.
7.We advised them to start early.
8.Steve advised an early start.
9.Please, it will not finished tomorrow if you are not going to start now!
10.Since the tournament was approaching, he started to do sports actively.
11.Classes start tomorrow.
12.As we walked towards the beach, it started to get dark.
13.The sun is starting to go down.
14.My mother suddenly started singing.
15.It was great that she started doing her homework.
16.Who started the fire?
17.You should’ve started without me.