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All "proper" English sentences should have both a subject and a verb. As you may know, some sentences have multiple subjects and/or multiple verbs.
"to try to" is not a fixture of its own; rather, the first "to" in the sentence is what's known as the infinitive attachment to a verb (in this case, "to try"). The second "to" is the necessary infinitive attachment to the second verb (in the example above, "to explain").
2. You can always start a sentence with a question, in any language.
I take it you speak German.
Warum kann man einen Satz nicht mit einer Frage beginnen?
Was ist los damit?