Is it correct to use such as for instance ? or it should be such as instead ?


Other techniques can be considered, such as for instance techniques B and C.

Also, in the above sentence we shoul use and or or ?

  • Access your dictionary, please, and learn the meaning of the adjective redundant. "Such as for instance" is an examplar of redundancy. Either such as or for instance would suffice. When used together, they indicate that the speaker or writer is only marginally literate. Oct 22 '16 at 9:01

You don't need to use 'for instance' or 'for example" after the phrase 'such as' as these phrases are synonyms of such as.

You use and, not or, before the last example when you present two or more examples.

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