I've worked on LR and LG questions that use "OR" in creative ways. Sometimes I get tricked, especially when I expect one conditional form, but the LSAT is looking for another.
Here are a few of them...
Mary will go to the Shop or watch a movie
Mary will either go to the shop or watch a movie
Mary will either go to the shop else she will watch a movie
Mary will go to the shop but she will not watch a movie
Mary will go to the shop and she will watch a movie
If Mary will watch a movie, she will not go to the shop
If Mary does not watch a movie, she will go to the shop
Could you help translate these sentences into "or", "and" or conditional statements
> M = Mary, S = Shop, W = Watch movie