How can I start a sentence without saying?

How can I start a sentence without saying?

2 Answers. If you don’t want to start sentences with conjunctions, you are free to do so. A simple way to do it would be simply to stop using and, but, and or to connect clauses or phrases.

What should I use instead of or?

What is another word for or?

alternatively instead
by way of alternative conversely
or else rather than
preferably in preference
by way of an alternative then again

How can I express my ideas clearly?

How To Communicate Ideas Effectively And Clearly

  1. Know your stuff.
  2. Make sure they give a hoot.
  3. Don’t talk down or up.
  4. Get down with metaphors and analogies.

How do you punctuate a question within a question?

How to punctuate a quoted question within a question?

  1. Comma before the quote.
  2. Quoted with single quotation marks (instead of italics, which I’d consider another option)
  3. Closing quotation mark before the question mark.
  4. Only one question mark (for my question, not the quoted one)

How do you include a question within a sentence?

Punctuation Junction: Question Marks and Quotation Marks

  1. When the quotation itself is a question, put the question mark inside the quotation marks.
  2. When the sentence as a whole is a question, but the quoted material is not, put the question mark outside the quotation marks.

Can you start a question with or?

Starting a sentence with or is very informal and not something you should do in an essay or a professional context. The latter is a good example of something you would say, but not write. That being said, it is also a rule that is commonly broken and therefore accepted to be correct as well. So, both are good!

How do you punctuate multiple questions in a sentence?

When someone asks two questions and uses “or” in between, there are two options: Put a comma/semicolon before the “or” that separates the two sentences and a question mark at the end; or make it into two questions.