- vincent2 weeks ago
|jameslafferty6 days ago|
Without seeing the full context, it is likeliest that you want "in addition to." A common, correct usage:
In addition to apples, I also like oranges.
But this is also correct (though quite a bit quirkier):
In addition of apples, I use a calculator, especially when there are many of them.
vincent6 days agoThanks jameslafferty6 days agoAdorable, quirky anachronism. exRanger6 days agoNote re: "But this is also correct (though quite a bit quirkier): "In addition of apples"
- Not merely more quirky, but as well a "Britishism". As an American born to an English (Essex) mother & scion of an English family, I heard this expression often as a youth, but to the "American ear" (I was brought up in NYC and Chicago), "in addition of" reeks of anachronism. Just my two pence.