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I use the word 'also' a lot when writing paragraphs. When I find myself using 'also' twice in the same paragraph, it feels a bit awkward. Is there another word or phrase I should be using?

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Likewise: moreover; in addition; also; too but is you are making a list, the word 'item' replaces 'also' too. The terms moreover, additionally, secondly, withal, what is more, furthermore may be more appropriate for your purpose

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Plus may also be an alternative.

This is a nice house, plus there is a big private garden.

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