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Hello,

Could you please tell me what expression I may use to introduce another example and mention another make of car, say the Rover. What to say next?

"People love British cars. Take the Mini. In Japan, it still sells more than all the other British cars put together. Or the Rover (?) .... "

Thank You!

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Hotmale"People love British cars. Take the Mini, for instance. In Japan, it still sells more than all the other British cars put together.
HotmaleOr the Land/Range Rover.

or

HotmaleOr the Land/Range Rover, as another example.

or

HotmaleOr And how about the Land/Range Rover?

Try those.

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HotmaleWhat to say next?

It's "Or the Rover. It is the most popular car in Outer Mongolia." "Or the Rover" is not a sentence that would make Mrs. Crabapple happy, but it is a sentence because it conveys a complete thought, to wit, "in addition to the Mini, we should consider the Rover." It continues the previous "Take the Mini."

Thanks!

Is it common in English to start a sentence with "or"?

HotmaleIs it common in English to start a sentence with "or"?

Sure, in spoken English it is.

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What about a more formal speech? What shall I replace "or" with?

Thank you Anonymous for your reply!

HotmaleWhat about a more formal speech?

Use the last example I gave, or try:

Consider, as another example, the Land/Range Rover.

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