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    In fact vs Instead

    I came across a question saying "It turns out that a dreamer's eye movements are unrelated to the content of his or her dream. ____, eye movements are produced by a cluster of cells in the brain stem."

    a) In fact b) Instead c) In addition d) In short

    Can you explain to me why "In fact" cannot be the answer??
    I believe both In fact and Instead make sense

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    Re: In fact vs Instead

    I agree.

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