How would you explain the differences between using "for example" and "just to name a few" in the following multiple choice:
Your smartphone might give you a wake up call, send you emails, help you to order a high-speed rail ticket and to book a hotel room for the weekend conference, _.*
(A) just to name a few
(B) for example
I'd certainly choose (A), but I don't think I can adequately explain to my students their difference, except perhaps that for example seems to rarely follow such a long list of items containing phrases.