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Can "secondly" and "lastly" below be taken place of by "second" and "last" respectively?

First and foremost, a sentence must have a capital letter at the start and a period, exclamation mark, or question mark in the end. Secondly, a sentence should express a complete thought or idea; otherwise, it is not a sentence. Lastly, it must have a verb and a subject.

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Can "secondly" and "lastly" below be taken place of by "second" and "last" respectively?

First and foremost, a sentence must have a capital letter at the start and a period, exclamation mark, or question mark in the end. Secondly, a sentence should express a complete thought or idea; otherwise, it is not a sentence. Lastly, it must have a verb and a subject.
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