English Grammar Furthermore
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Grammar Level 7- Lesson Fifteen

In this grammar lesson, you learn about Furthermore in English and how to use it in your English conversation and writing. Just follow examples and write them down a few times to learn them very well. After finishing this lesson, you should work on its quiz.

Grammar Recap

In our previous lesson, we covered the In Addition If you just landed on this page, we suggest that you complete our previous lesson including its quizzes before continuing on this lesson.

Requirement Lessons

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furthermore

 

“Furthermore” is similar to “in addition.” Use “furthermore” to add more information in your sentence. It’s a little formal, but you can use it when speaking English.

Sometimes, the second part of the sentence that follows “furthermore” contains information more pertinent (important) than the first part.

examples

1. Reading is a good way to learn new vocabulary words; furthermore, it can improve your ability to spell words correctly.

2. Grilling makes meat taste really good; furthermore, it allows fatty juices to drain away from the meat.

3. Homelessness produces intense feelings of despair in those who don’t have a place to live; furthermore, it produces feelings of guilt among people who are not homeless.

4. Religion offers people an opportunity to reflect on their personal existence; furthermore, it brings communities together in a spirit of peace and cooperation.

5. The use of fire by early humankind made cold climates more inhabitable; furthermore, it made people more productive by lengthening the number of hours that people could do work.

6. Driving while distracted increases your chances of getting into an accident; furthermore, it endangers the lives of other drivers.

7. Recycling is an easy way to conserve natural resources; furthermore, it can help reduce garbage disposal costs.

“What’s more” is an idiomatic form of “furthermore.” In each of the sentences above, you could substitute “what’s more.” The word “moreover” is also similar to “furthermore,” but it’s not easy to use.

 

Quiz for Furthermore

Now that you learned your new lesson, it is time to go to the Furthermore page and finish your quiz. While working on your quiz, you can always go back to its lesson to refresh your memory.

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