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  1. mikko4

    Furthermore vs. Moreover

    I have just a simple two question.
    Is there any difference between the words ?
    Which of them is used more frequently ?

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Furthermore vs. Moreover

    'furthermore' has a more serious, formal sense.
    A wood burning fire gives just as much warmth as gas, and moreover, it's cheaper.

    A soldier is being reprimanded:
    "As your commanding officer, I am ordering that, as punishment, you will peel potatoes in the kitchens, and furthermore, that you be confined to barracks for a period of one month."

  2. mikko4

    Re: Furthermore vs. Moreover

    Thak you once again. It was helpful

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