Without the help of her sister she became helpless.
That would be the 1st sentence in my essay is that okay?
without a doubt, why not?
if that’s your first sentence, though, you ought to fill in a name instead of ‘she’.
Yes, it is okay to start a sentence with without.
However, your sentence needs a little revision.
Without the help of her sister, she was helpless.
Without the help of her sister is a clause that needs to be set off with a comma at the end
Hope this helps
Yes, but it needs a comma
Without the help of her sister, she became helpless.
However you use "help" twice. Consider this:
Without assistance from her sister, she became helpless.Source(s): Ayma Genious
yes i love the word…