Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Or"

It's now or never.
Stop, or I'll shoot.
Is that a cat or a dog?
Either Tom or I must go.
I will go, rain or shine.
Is the snake alive or dead?
Are you gonna help me or what?
Are you for or against my plan?
Did he come by bus or by train?
Are you for or against his idea?
He will be back in a day or two.
Hurry, or you'll miss the train.
I'll take two or three days off.
Would you like bacon or sausage?
Would you like white wine or red?
I'll write or phone you next week.
Do you have any brothers or sisters?
You have the choice of soup or salad.
You can buy it for a thousand yen or so.
He plays golf two or three times a month.
I don't know whether you like her or not.
Do you spend more time at home or at work?
I plan to finish it in two or three minutes.
Which do you like better, apples or bananas?
Which do you prefer, white wine or red wine?
I don't know whether George will come or not.
Are you closer to your mother or to your father?
I'll either write to you or phone you next week.
Tom likes oranges and eats three or four a week.
Which do you like better, white wine or red wine?
You'll have to do it, whether you like it or not.
I didn't know whether to stay here or go to London.
It's quite difficult to master French in 2 or 3 years.
You must decide whether you will go by train or by plane.
Do you spend more time with your friends or with your family?
I haven't decided yet whether I'll go to college or get a job.
She was asked to convince him to get his son or someone else to paint the house.


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