Which sentence is correct?
Do you want an apple pie or an orange pie?
Do you want an apple or an orange pie?
Re: grammar check
If you use the first one, it is clear that you are offering two types of pie. If you use the second it is less clear, you may be offering a choice between an orange pie and an apple.
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