Ashraful Haque

Senior Member
When I start a sentence in English I often cannot finish it in English and resort to my native language. So I was telling to myself:
"I'll/I have to make the habit of finishing sentences in English that I start/started in English."
My problems:
1) What difference does I'll and I make here?
2) I'm not so sure whether it'll be start or started?
  • dojibear

    Senior Member
    English - Northeast US
    There is not much difference between "I will have to" and "I have to" in this sentence talking about a planned change in behavior.

    You should use "started". You finish a sentence after you started it.
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