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1) The tradition was started by you before he continues it later on.
The tradition was started from you to him
The tradition was started with consuming bugs, but now is revolved to consume human beings in other word, cannibal

2)The alphabet is started with A to Z
or
the alphabet is started from A to Z ?

please point out the mistakes, and is way better if word/ structural alternatives ..

And one more..
sometimes I am seeking for the difference between
"structural alternatives"
and
"structure alternatives or alternatives of structure (are they the same thing?)"

also.. can I derive from "list of characters" to "characters list" or "character list" instead?

aha... I almost forgot to ask this one too..
I transform myself to a vampire
or
I transform myself to become a vampire
or
I transform myself to be a vampire

I know it's very long..
but I really love English so much and willing to improve it
thanks
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1) The tradition was started by you before he continues it later on.
You started the tradition and later on he continued it.

The tradition was started from you to him Not a good sentence.

The tradition was started with consuming bugs, but now has evolved is revolved to consuming human beings, in other words: cannibalism

2)The alphabet is arranged in order started with from A to Z.
Alphabetical order is from A to Z.

orthe alphabet is started from A to Z ? Start means "begin." The alphabet starts with A and ends with Z.

sometimes I am seeking for the difference between "structural alternatives" and "structure alternatives or alternatives of structure (are they the same thing?)"

I'm not sure what you mean by "strructural alternatives." Do you mean something like this:
- What are alternative grammatical structures for the following sentences?
- What alternatives would you suggest for the structure of the proposed building?

also..
"list of characters" OK, best
to "characters list" no
"character list" OK, not as good as the first

..I transform myself into a vampire
Thank you very much!
it was me who asked you this question^^
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err..
more like between "environmental destroyer" and "environment destroyer"

thanks Emotion: smile
is that supposed to be "environment's destroyer"?

so is
"The tradition was started by you before he continued it later on."
acceptable and just not a good sentence ? "

thanks
Hi Robby;
Robby Rondo"The tradition was started by you before he continued it later on."
acceptable and just not a good sentence ? "
There is nothing wrong with the grammar. But the logic is dicey.

Something always starts before it continues - inherent in the definition of the verb "start". Do you mean to say that the tradition started, it fell into disuse, and then later on someone else started it up again? In that case, there was a break in the continuity, so "continue" is not the best choice.
Robby Rondois that supposed to be "environment's destroyer"?
Normally we don't use the possessive case, but an of-phrase:

Man is the destroyer of the environment.
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how about
"environmental destroyer" and "environment destroyer"
is there any difference? Emotion: smile)

also

usually on an airplane, they are classified into first class and economy class

why can't we use "economic class" instead?? thankss Emotion: smile)
Robby Rondohow about
"environmental destroyer" and "environment destroyer"
is there any difference? Emotion: smile)
Yes.
Environment destroyer - something that destroys the environment.
Corrupt logging companies are environment destroyers.
Environmental destroyer- does not make sense to me. It would be something about the environment that destroys something else.
Robby Rondousually on an airplane, they are classified into first class and economy class

why can't we use "economic class" instead?? thankss Emotion: smile)
Seats on an airplane are classified as first class and economy class.

Economic classes are:
The super rich

The middle class

The poor