The verb start is an action that is either requested in present time, or self-imposed. For example, ‘Will you please start walking?’, ‘I start reading my book. Used in past-tense, the word can be an observation. “I started to notice a change in the weather.’ Regardless, either direct our indirect action is the result.

‘Start’ is complete with robust significance, and its implication should never be slight.

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