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Examples:

Are you planning a trip with your friends? Or collaborating on a project with your peers?

Have you discovered a new movie you'd love to watch? Or found an original recipe you'd like to try out?

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    Is this spoken, or written? And why can't sentences begin with conjunctions? – Cascabel Jun 9 at 19:27
  • 'Or collaborating on a project with your peers?' is not a sentence, but a sentence fragment. It arises from punctuating more heavily 'Are you planning a trip with your friends, or collaborating on a project with your peers?' in order to give the two questions a more reasonable amount of gravitas. It is fine to use fragments as in this example, provided the format is not ultra-formal. In speech, this works very well. – Edwin Ashworth Jun 12 at 14:44
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'Or' is commonly used in this way. As long as the first alternative is present before the sentence that begins with 'Or...' then you're ok.

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