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Look at the dictionary entry. be•gin (bi gin′)v.be•gan, be•gun, be•gin•ning [ME beginnen; before 1000]1 to do the first part: begin your work2to bring into being; originate: The brothers began the business while still in their teens. Which tells you the forms of the verb? [ME beginnen; before 1000] be•gan, be•gun, be•gin•ning 1 to do the first part 2to bring into being; originate (bi gin′)

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