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Use 'furthermore' to connect ideas, showing that additional information will be added to support a point. SlideElectric cars are eco-friendly; furthermore, they can reduce fuel costs.
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'Furthermore' is often used in formal writing such as essays, reports, and presentations to extend an argument. SlideThe data is inconclusive. Furthermore, the methodology has several flaws.
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Not for ContrastsPlay
Avoid using 'furthermore' when trying to introduce a contrasting point; use 'however' or 'on the other hand' instead. SlideThe trip is expensive; furthermore, it's during school term.