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    or, and

    Dear teachers,
    I want to make sure about one thing.
    We use "," with and; for example: I like this, this, this, and this. But what do we need to use with or. To show an example; you can eat this or this or this or this or this. (is this correct?) you can eat this, this, this, this or this. (is this correct?). I suspect I have represented the case clearly also I am not sure about my punctuation but I think you can understand what I am asking about.

    Thanks.

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    Re: or, and

    Quote Originally Posted by kite View Post
    Dear teachers,
    I want to make sure about one thing.
    We use "," with and; for example: I like this, this, this, and this. But what do we need to use with or. To show an example; you can eat this or this or this or this or this. (is this correct?) you can eat this, this, this, this or this. (is this correct?). I suspect I have represented the case clearly also I am not sure about my punctuation but I think you can understand what I am asking about.

    Thanks.
    Yes, you can use "and' or" "or" in those situations.

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