How can I use "on top of that"?
"On top of that" means in addition to; furthermore, especially something that is unpleasant. You can use "on top of that" when you are discussing a list of things and need to add another aspect to that list. Ex: I am feeling ill today. On top of that, I have to take a test today. Ex: We have to stop at the grocery store, the post office, and the bank. On top of that, we need to drop off a bunch of things at grandmas. Ex: She is failing all of her classes, doing drugs, and skipping school. On top of that, she has a horrible home life.
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