Furthermore - When and How to Use "Furthermore" When Writing?

The words are pronounced slightly louder and with higher pitch on their stressed syllable than the words coming before or after them.

If the need to use the words arises in the same paragraph, you may alternate between the two.

They were further annoyed by his second mistake, though.

Furthermore vs Moreover

The clause it represents does not necessarily require any argumentative link or connection to the previous clause.

We can put it at the start, but we must make the following sentence directly linked to the one before.

Description: In the first set of sentences above, the particular poem is being criticized for its length.

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The word indicates the author or speaker has a thought of reasoning, which they are furthering using additional evidence.
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