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    #1

    the use of in fact

    Dear all,


    Is the usage of "in fact" below fine?

    My father didn't love me. In fact he hated me.

    Thanks"

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    Re: the use of in fact

    My father didn't love me. In fact, he hated me.

    The meaning is clear, but it usually takes a comma after "fact".

    not a teacher

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