To start a fire, you need a match, something that burns and air. So to speak. If you don’t have a match, you can use flint, but that takes patience and skill. What you burn should have a low combustion point. And the air should have sufficient oxygen.
Starting a fire, like starting anything, has predicates: the things you need before you can truly started.
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