Conjunctions: Addition – Connecting Words: Adding Information

Conjunctions: Addition – Connecting Words: Adding Information, English transition words for adding information, definitions and example sentences;

Conjunctions Addition, Connecting Words Adding Information

+50 Conjunctions, Definitions and Example Sentences

In addition

In addition means “too”, “also”, “besides”.

Example Sentence;

  • In addition to French, she speaks Spanish.
  • In addition fruit, you should eat meat.



Too is an adverb. It means “overly” or “also”.

Example Sentence;

  • This notebook is too expensive for me.
  • -I’m very hungry.
    -Me too!


Besides is an adverb. It means “as well” or “in addition”.

Example Sentence;

  • What do you like besides the apple?
  • My father is nice to everyone besides me.



Finally is an adverb. It means “at last”, “eventually”. It introduces a final point.

Example Sentence;

  • The bus finally arrived.
  • The news finally reached my father this afternoon.


Last means “most recent in time”, “finally”.

Example Sentence;

  • Mary arrived last.



Then means “after”, “also”, “besides”.

Example Sentence;

  • My sister was very happy then.
  • Talk to Samuel and then come back


Further is an adverb. It means “also”, “additionally”, “besides”.

Example Sentence;

  • He is very clever, further, his father is very rich.
  • I like play football. Further, I like play basketball.


Also  means “too”, “additionally”, “besides”.

Example Sentence;

  • She speaks Spanish and also speaks English.
  • This question is also difficult.


Additionally means “too”, “also”, “besides”.

Example Sentence;

  • This restaurant will provide several free options, additionally, special foods can be purchased.
  • Additionally, I am very tired now.