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How To Use Furthermore In A Sentence?

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'Furthermore' is an adverb that can be used within a sentence to denote additional information. Its synonyms can include 'besides' and 'what's more'. An example of the word 'furthermore' within a sentence could be: "The car I was considering buying was getting rusty, furthermore its breaks were fading". 'Furthermore' can also be used to begin a sentence that is providing extra information. For example, "I believe that I can complete the marathon in under 3 hours. Furthermore, I believe that I can win it." The word is typically only found in formal language within legal and academic texts. As a positive adverb it is found as the form 'furthermore' but unlike other adverbs it does not have comparative or superlative forms.

'Furthermore' is a compound word made from 'further' and 'more'. The word 'further' is an adverb that is defined as meaning: At or to a greater distance, in addition to or at or to a more advanced point. Examples respectively are, "I cannot walk any further", "Further to this, the car has a bad paint job" and "Let's not take this any further". 'Further' can also be found as an adjective meaning; more distant or remote, additional or more extended. Respective examples include; "The distance was much further that I thought", "Further information is unnecessary" and "The plane is suffering from a further delay". When used with an object, 'further' can also be a verb. In these circumstances it means to help forward or promote, for example "The businessmen hoped to further the prospects of their company". The latter part of the compound word 'furthermore' is 'more'. Found as an adjective, adverb and noun it typically has some definition of 'addition'. The adjective can be used to describe a greater amount, for example "more money" or "more time". As an adverb, 'more' can mean; in or to greater degree or extent or in addition to. For example, "more interesting" and "Let's talk more later on". The noun 'more' is defined as; something of greater importance, a greater amount or an additional quantity.
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Furthermore is used as a note to say in addition to or besides. You can use it to start a new sentence to add to the previous, or you can use it within a sentence to add to the last point. Example: I do not believe that fish are good for you, furthermore I do not like fish.
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I like maths furthermore I dislike writing.
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Furthermore, on July 30, 2009, a letter of recommendation from the City Mayor of Dipolog was sent to your good office concerning on any appointment of Elementary Grade Teacher in the City Division of Dipolog.
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You furthermore posted those payments to date earlier than the intended date of receipt.

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