Definition: Facts

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  • Length: 5 characters
  • Syllables: 1

Results for word: Facts

Grammatical Information:
  • Countable Noun
  • Names of people, places, organisations, etc begin with a Capital Letter and are called Proper Nouns
  • Nouns are words giving names to objects and things, which can be physical or concepts, etc

Lexical Information:
  • Nouns can be replaced by Pronouns
  • In the top 2,000 words in the Brown Corpus

Results for stem word: Fact

Lexical Information:
  • ACTUALLY means 'in fact' or 'really'
  • ACTUALLY does NOT mean 'now'
  • Nouns can be replaced by Pronouns
  • One of the 850 words in Basic English
  • In the top 2,000 words in the Brown Corpus
  • Common word- this is one of the thousand words most frequently used in English.
  • This word is one of the common entries in Academic Word Lists
  • A list of about 3,000 words defined as easy for the Dale-Chall Readability Formula

Grammatical Information:
  • Countable Noun
  • Names of people, places, organisations, etc begin with a Capital Letter and are called Proper Nouns
  • Nouns are words giving names to objects and things, which can be physical or concepts, etc

Other Comments:
  • French and other speakers beware- examiners love this- it's a false friend

Dictionary Definitions

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Similar Words (using 'fact' as word stem):

'fact' + Suffix

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