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Example Sentences for "otherwise"

Otherwise, you could hurt yourselfYou'd better wear a helmet when you go roller-blading. Otherwise, you could hurt yourself.

I'm a little busy right now, so I can't come to the party. Otherwise I'd come for sure.

You'd better work on improving your pronunciation; otherwise, you'll fail the speaking test.

I felt really sick last night; otherwise, I would have come to your party.

The Buddha tells us that to keep the body in good health is a duty. Otherwise, we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.

He got a slight bump on his head in the car accident, but was otherwise fine.

Children need something to occupy their time; otherwise, they get bored.

We sometimes have to ask our neighbor's kids to turn their music down, but we get along quite well otherwise.

As Gandhi once said, whenever you have truth, it must be given with love; otherwise, the message and the messenger will be rejected.

Corazon Aquino once said that reconciliation should be accompanied by justice; otherwise, it will not last.

You'd better apologize to your girlfriend; otherwise, she'll probably dump you.

We had a couple of days of cloudy weather, but our vacation was otherwise perfect.

The argument spoiled an otherwise perfect evening.

Please call your grandmother on her birthday; otherwise, she'll get upset.

I have to study hard for the exam; otherwise, I doubt I'll pass.

Hurry up; otherwise, you'll be late.

We'd better leave pretty soon; otherwise, we'll miss the bus.

He was poor, but lived an otherwise happy life.

The rent is a little high; otherwise, it's a very nice house.


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