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    in fact , as a matter of fact, actually

    What are the differences between in fact , as a matter of fact, actually?

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    Re: in fact , as a matter of fact, actually

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    What are the differences between in fact , as a matter of fact, actually?

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    All three can be used in different ways or interchangeably. As with most things, context is the key.

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