In parshat Va-era the 2nd portion - Sheini ends rather abruptly (in the middle of a sentence) Shemot 6:28:
Now it came to pass on the day that the Lord spoke to Moses in the land of Egypt, <-- [Sheini ends here]
Rashi also notes:
[This is] connected with the following verse: [“That the Lord spoke to Moses”].
Is there a special reason here why Sheini ends so abruptly....
or are there many cases where this happens -
(which would possibly mean that the separation of the portions does not necessarily denote the 'end' of a topic and the start of a new one)