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Grammar detail: なお

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JLPT:
なお - moreover; furthermore; additionally
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なお is used before a phrase to express the idea that the phrase supplies additional information about an existing topic. It can be used to begin a sentence that continues a discussion of an existing topic:
なお
じかん
時間
のち
ほど
つた
えします

Furthermore, I'll let you know about the time later.
It can be used between two related phrases in a single sentence:
その
じけん
事件
いま
なおなぞ
つつ
まれている

The affair is still wrapped in mystery.
そして
わたし
ここいて
いま
なお
きています

And here I am, still alive.
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Kanji used in this grammar

ジ   とき time, occasion   
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カン   ケン   あいだ interval, between   ま space, room   
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ゴ   コウ   のち    あと afterwards   うし behind   おくれる be late   
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デン   つたえる to tell, transmit   つたわる to be handed down   つた to go along   
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ジ   ズ   こと thing; matter   
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ケン    affair, matter   
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コン   キン   いま now   
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ホウ   つつ to wrap   
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シ   わたくし    わたし I, myself   
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セイ   ショウ    life   なま raw   いかす to enliven   いきる to live   いける to arrange flowers   うまれる to be born   う to give birth to   き pure, undiluted   お to grow, to sprout   はえる to grow, to sprout   はやす to grow, cultivate   
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