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    #1

    for instance

    There are many occasions when we feel sad---you lose your best friend in an accident, ________.
    A. for example B. for instance

    I cannot see any difference in this sentence.

    Is that so?

    Thanks

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    Re: for instance

    I don't see a difference.

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