As an English English speaker, I agree that starts or begins are most commonly used but commences is also an option
Well... im not a native and my english is kinda poor. But since ive been in contact with english, ive never seen this expression b4 (commences). Far from telling u are wrong, but starts fits perfectly. Hope any native to come around, if u have any doubt. Maybe ur just showing that your answer is also correct.
I phrased it poorly. I meant to ask if this was also acceptable, since the word "começa" closely resembles the word "commence".
"June commences tomorrow" is grammatically correct, but that sounds very affected and very few people would ever say that.
Same thing here. I don't know how it sounds to english native speakers, but "starts" is more appropriate in this case, for sure.
As an English-speaking American, June begins tomorrow or June starts tomorrow are the more popular and normal choices here.
Agreed as a Brit. 'Commences' is possible, but much more formal and likely to be used in written business communication.