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Choice ClarityPlay
Use 'or' to show clear choices or options available in a situation. SlideDo you want tea or coffee?
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Exclusive OptionsPlay
'Or' often implies that only one of the options can be chosen, not both. SlideShe will study law or medicine.
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Conditional MeaningPlay
Sometimes 'or' introduces a consequence if the first option is not taken. SlideFinish your homework, or you cannot go out.