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What’s more commonly accepted method of expression among the following English sentences?

  1. I started working here since the beginning of the last week.
  2. I started working here since the beginning of last week.
  3. I started working here since beginning of the last week.
  4. I started working here since beginning of last week.

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  • 'Start' is a punctive (subset inchoative) verb, and can't be used with 'since'. Try again with 'at', but this should really be asked on our sister site for more basic questions, ELL. And prior research you can do includes searching for "started working there at" – Edwin Ashworth Oct 9 '19 at 18:38

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