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    #1

    Indeed versus actually

    Hi


    I'm not sure whether to use 'indeed' or 'actually' in the sentence below.


    'Ali began making many paintings, but indeed/actually produced a few. '


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    Re: Indeed versus actually

    I don't understand this sentence. What does it mean?

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