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    easylearner Guest

    Default defferences

    Dear Teachers,

    Is there a clear deffernce bettween (likewise and also)


    Thanks

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    MrPedantic is offline Moderator
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    Default Re: defferences

    Hello Easylearner

    "Likewise" means "in a similar way", and so implies a connection. "Also" means "in addition".

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    MrP

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