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    Moreover usage

    Hello,
    I have been told that the adverb "moreover" was not frequently used by english speakers, especially in current conversation. It would be too pompous. Is that true? What would be the more acceptable equivalent?
    thanks

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    Re: Moreover usage

    "besides"?
    just a student.

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