moreover, in addition, what's more, also

lilyyang tw 대만

The rent is reasonable and, moreover, the location is perfect.

= (1) The rent is reasonable and, what's more, the location is perfect.

= (2) The rent is reasonable and, in addition, the location is perfect.

= (3) The rent is reasonable and, also, the location is perfect.

Is it okay to replace moreover with "in addition", "also", and "what's more" in this sentence?

Thank you!!!

June 11 at 02:41
  • jungleboy pt 포르투갈

    Yes, they all work. I would say 'moreover' is more formal and therefore more common in written rather than spoken English. 'In addition' can also be substituted by 'additionally'.

    June 11 at 14:12