Just wanted to ask this for a school thing... Just a little confused, because no other website already has the answer and if you start it with also, wouldn't it sound wrong? If I could get a response as soon as possible, that'd be great! Thanks!
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also can be used to start a sentence and such a sentence could be the first in a paragraph. yourdictionary.com
Also, as I have said, the bubbles themselves within the ice operate as burning-glasses to melt the ice beneath.
Fred Jones is the current front-runner for EL&Uer of the month. Fred is a blah, blah, blah, working in blah, blah, blah.
Also in the running for EL&Uer of the month is Bill Little. Bill is considered big stuff in Littlesburg, Ohio.
It would sound wrong to me to use also to introduce the paragraph. The only time I would put also at the beginning of a paragraph would be if the also introduced a phrase that happened to be at the beginning of the paragraph:
Also discussed in the same book is the way pigs can be used to find truffles.