Use of articles
why Grammarly suggested a mistake in the use of articles in this the phrase "in addition:"
It does not sound right for me to write ; In an addition or in the addition
See example: In addition:
You're using 'in addition' the same way you would use 'also' or 'too', but Grammarly is seeing 'addition' as a noun (an addition to a house, for example) and wants an article to go along with it. Ignore the correction or change it to 'also' or 'too'.
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