[詞彙區別] also、additionally、in addition、furthermore、moreover、what’s more 的用法區別

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All of these words are used to introduce additional information or to indicate that something else should be considered. They can be used interchangeably in many cases, but they can also have slightly different connotations or shades of meaning. Here are some general guidelines for using these words:

所有這些字都用於介紹額外資訊或表明還有其他東西應該被考慮。在許多情況下,它們可以互相替換使用,但它們也可能有略微不同的含義或顏色。以下是使用這些字的一些常規指南:

“Also" is a simple word that can be used to add something else to a list or to state that something else is true or relevant. For example: “I like apples. I also like pears."

Also 是一個簡單的詞,可用於將其他東西添加到列表中或表示其他東西是真實或相關的。例如:"I like apples. I also like pears."


“Additionally" is similar to “also," but it may sound more formal or technical. It is often used in written documents to add extra information or to emphasize that something is being added to what has already been stated.

Additionally 與 also 類似,但可能聽起來更正式或技術性。它通常用於書面文件中,以添加額外信息或強調正在添加到已經陳述的東西。


“In addition" is similar to “also" and “additionally," but it is more formal and is often used in written documents. It is often followed by a noun or noun phrase that specifies what is being added. For example: “In addition to apples, I also like pears."

In addition 與 also 和 additionally 類似,但更正式,通常用於書面文件中。它通常跟隨一個名詞或名詞短語,指定正在添加的東西。例如:In addition to apples, I also like pears.


“Furthermore" is similar to “also," “additionally," and “in addition," but it is more formal and is often used in written documents. It is often used to introduce additional evidence or arguments in support of something that has already been stated.

Furthermore 與 also,  additionally,  和 in addition 類似,但更正式,通常用於書面文件中。它通常用於介紹支持已經陳述的東西的額外證據或論點。


“Moreover" is similar to “also," “additionally," “in addition," and “furthermore," but it is more formal and is often used in written documents. It is often used to introduce additional information that supports or strengthens a point that has already been made.

Moreover 與 also,  additionally, in addition, 和 furthermore 類似,但更正式,通常用於書面文件中。它通常用於介紹支持或加強已經陳述的觀點的額外信


“What’s more" is similar to “also," “additionally," “in addition," “furthermore," and “moreover," but it is more informal and is often used in spoken English. It is often used to introduce additional information that strengthens or supports a point that has already been made.

What’s more 與以上提到的詞彙類似,但更不正式,通常用於口語英語中。它通常用於介紹加強或支持已經陳述的觀點的額外信息。


In general, all of these words can be used to add information or to indicate that something else should be considered, but “also," “additionally," and “in addition" are more neutral and can be used in a variety of contexts, while “furthermore," “moreover," and “what’s more" are more formal and are often used in written documents or formal spoken contexts to emphasize or strengthen a point.

總結來說,所有這些字都可用於添加資訊,但 also,  additionally, 和 in addition更中立,可在多種情況下使用,而 furthermore, 和 moreover 更正式,通常用於書面文件或正式口語情境中,以強調或加強觀點。

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