In Addition (to) - Also Connectives


They are used to introduce additional information joining two independent sentences.

Also See:

Besides

Except For - Apart From
1. We use "In addition or additionally" between two sentences.

Our new director can speak three languages. In addition, he has six years of experience.

Our new house is so close to the city center. In addition, it has four large bedrooms.

Players in Ac Milan are all good footballers. In addition, many of them have years of experience playing together.


2. We use "In addition to" followed by a noun / pronoun or V ing.

In addition to basketball, I'm good at volleyball.

Fernando can speak English and French in addition to Spanish.

Our music teacher is such a talented musician that she can play the guitar, the violin in addition to Saxophone.

Note:

We use "also" in the same way as "in addition", but it is used less formally.

While you were sleeping, I did shopping and laundry. Also I washed the car and fed the cat.