While studying I came across this group of adverbs and all seems to mean the same, is there some rule or common usage to know when to use at least some of them?
- in addition
- as well
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If you dig in further, you'll be confused. Just learn that more or less, they all are the same...
likewise = in addition = also = moreover
furthermore = in addition = moreover
as well is equal to in addition.
However, though all mean same, which to use when comes through reading, and I'm pretty sure that the more you study, the more you learn about it.