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Hi, guys. I watched one of the "Lie to me" series and there was a conversation between, well, two characters. Emotion: smile

"You saw all the way through it, didn't you?"
"You saw right through it from a/the start ."

I'm bowled over a little because I can't distinguish it clearly because of his manner of speech. It was very fast.

What article is more likely? Thanks in advance.
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"From the start" is an idiom, and fits your example. ("from the beginning")

"From a start" does not fit.

Sometimes we use the expression "from a standing start" in describing a race.
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Oh, I see daylight now. Thank you, Avangi.Emotion: smile