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A connective may never be the first word of a sentence. True False
True. [ For example: Because of the rain, John took his umbrella. Firstly, fill the kettle with water and turn on. Then take a teabag and place it in a mug. Next pour the boiling water into the mug. In conclusion, you can indeed start a sentence with a connective. Hope this helps. ]
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