“In addition” and “additionally” are both used to add more information to a statement. “In addition” is generally used at the beginning of a sentence and is followed by more information. “Additionally” is also used at the beginning of a sentence or at the beginning of a clause and is typically followed by more information.
Both “in addition” and “additionally” are used as a conjunctive adverb to indicate addition and both are correct, but it depends on the context and on personal preference.
- “In addition, I also need to pick up groceries on the way home.”
- “I am heading to the gym after work. Additionally, I am planning to make a healthy dinner tonight.”
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In addition to working a full-time job and taking care of my family, I have also been trying to learn a new language, start a side business and volunteer at a local charity, which can be challenging at times, but I have found that by making a schedule and sticking to it, I am able to stay on top of everything and achieve my goals.
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In addition, farmers who choose to forgo making estimated tax payments and normally file their returns by next month.
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