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    Default In addition - And

    Hi,

    I have the following context:

    Since I am a student, I have to face many difficulties when living far from my family. And/In addition, my university programs challenge me.

    Would you tell me if we can use both "and" and "in addition" there? Is there any difference?

    I guess "in addition" is more appropriate. Is mine wrong?

    Thanks.

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    kuong is offline Newbie
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    Smile Re: In addition - And

    i think you are right.
    in addition is a good transition that we can use in writing instead using the simple and.

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