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    First, second, third (correct); first, in addition, moreover (incorrect)

    I was wondering in argumentative/academic essays, after writing firstly/first for the first point, must be stick to SECONDLY/SECOND, and THIRDLY/THIRD? I was told I was not allowed to use 'In addition, moreover, also' to replace secondly, thirdly...

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