1.Tell me how I can improve this sentence, it's supposed to go in a report (essay) :

I was still unsure plus I didn't know what elso to do

2. Please give me a list of words which can substitute 'plus' in a piece of writing.
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"and moreover"? "what's more"? "on top of that"?

PS: it's else, not eslo, typo, I guess? Emotion: smile
Is the 'plus' question about this specific sentence? If so, I'm having trouble imagining a context that would make the word 'plus', or its equivalent, semantically appropriate.

Can you use this?

'I was still unsure , but I didn't know what else to do'
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In everyday spoken English, 'plus' is often used with the simple meaning of 'and'.
'She's rich plus she's beautiful'.

Even in math,
for '2 + 2', we can say either '2 plus 2' or '2 and 2'.

Best wishes,
Dear JKBelieve,

It is also true that in handwriting "+" is often used with the meaning of "and":

"It's hot + humid."

Kind regards, Emotion: smile
I don't think it's used that way in BrE, Goldmund; perhaps for informal notes
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Hello JKB

I don't think your sentence is so bad, if you put a period in a way like:
I was still unsure. Plus I didn't know what else to do.
= I was still unsure. In addition I didn't know what else to do.

Hi Paco,
Two queries, if I may.

1. What does the Japanese writing at the bottom of your post mean?

2. How do I get to put writing at the bottom of my posts?

Thank you very much,
Hello Clive

It's kind of my lament. Actually it is a poem by Zhu Xi, a Chinese philosopher.

This could be translated like:
Youth easily changes for old age, though learning is hard to finish.
You should not take one little moment as a little thing.
You are in a dream as if the grass in the pond were still in the spring,
But the leaves in front of the steps are announcing autumn is here.

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Open your Profile, and write it in Signature in Display Option.

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