“The car ran out of gas, and it started raining. What else can go wrong?”
“Okay, that’s one sandwich and one coffee. Do you want anything else?”
“I’m tired of ice cream. Let’s get something else.”

“Else” means “other than that” or “in addition to that.” It is useful in many situations. One that you might hear while studying English is to ask for a different answer to a question. “Tell me something that’s red in this picture.” “The apple.” “Yes, okay. What else?” “The stop sign.”