English vocabulary and translations (See all)
The show has begun. The show has started.
To begin with, let me introduce myself. Before anything else, let me introduce myself.
I cannot begin to thank you. I don't know how to thank you. I can't thank you enough. I'm extremely grateful.
This is an irregular verb:
I begin / I began / I have begun
beginning (September): starting from, commencing from (September)
Beginning next week, we will have a new coffee machine. It's arriving on Monday.
the beginning: the start, the commencement
UK: Hello, it's my first day in this job. Where should I begin?
US: Well in the beginning you should make colleagues drinks, that's how I began. I'll have a coffee please.
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- "Well I'm beginning to see the light."
- "Our first session will now begin."
- "Before I begin reading the will, please accept my condolences for the loss of your grandfather, Mr. Jones."
- "Mrs Bentley : Let's begin, I love doing this part."
- "Just keep your head down on the desk and we will begin."
- "Danica : Your honor, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I'd like to begin with a story, if you'll permit."
- "As I begin this new chapter in my life, substituting meaningless sexual encounters with meaningful brush strokes, I would appreciate the support of my colleagues as I reveal the fruits of my labor."
- "Lawrence Laughsalot : You will begin now Olero!"
- "You have 30 seconds, begin now!"
- "Brent : Great, let's begin!"
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