Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
(an/in) addition (to)
in additionin addition toan additionan addition to
1) sth added to something else, an afterthought
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addition to the team/project/company, make a great addition
If something is 'in addition' to something else it is added to it or 'as well as'. You might use this expression to make a point: "In addition to my previous point, I would also like to..." or to advertise an additional feature: "In addition to all of this, we also offer..." Something which is 'an addition' to something is added afterwards: "The pond was an addition to the garden." These expressions are used in both social and professional situations.
Social Examples (Advance)
...and, in addition, I'd just like to say how grateful I am for everyone's support this year. I couldn't have done it without you all.
The class wasn't happy when they were told they had a report due in addition to the project.
Professional Examples (Basic)
She turned out to be a really strong addition to the team, bringing knowledge and expertise from her previous roles.
I'm delighted to have Sally on board for this project. She'll make a great addition.
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