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    • Join Date: Nov 2007
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    what is the difference between infact & as a matter of fact? please explain with examples

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    Welcome to the forums.

    There is no word "infact". It is "in fact" = "in [point of] fact = in reality.

    A matter of fact= 1 concerned with fact; 2 unemotional and practical.

    It is a matter of fact that the sun rises in the morning.

    She is a very matter of fact person. She never gets upset.

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