I read that
-たり form can either be translated as "and" or "or", and that it indicates no particular chronological order.
My question is, how do you know when which is which?
For example, I came across these sentences:
I take a shower or I have dinner.
In summer, I do windsurfing and surf.
Why were they not translated as:
I take a shower and I have dinner.
In summer I do windsurfing or surf.
Does that have something to do with use
-て form for listing actions rather than