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The word "actually" is widely used more or less in the same context as "in fact":

You're a doctor, right?

Yes ... well, actually / in fact I 'm nothaven't graduated yet.

But, is "actually" also used to talk about the present? (like "currently")

What do you do for a living?

Actually / Currently, I'm working inat an InsurenceInsurance Company.

The word "actually" is widely used more or less in the same context as "in fact":

You're a doctor, right?

Yes ... well, actually / in fact I 'm not graduated yet.

But, is "actually" also used to talk about the present? (like "currently")

What do you do for living?

Actually / Currently, I'm working in an Insurence Company.

The word "actually" is widely used more or less in the same context as "in fact":

You're a doctor, right?

Yes ... well, actually / in fact I haven't graduated yet.

But, is "actually" also used to talk about the present? (like "currently")

What do you do for a living?

Actually / Currently, I'm working at an Insurance Company.

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Using "actually" to talk about the present

The word "actually" is widely used more or less in the same context as "in fact":

You're a doctor, right?

Yes ... well, actually / in fact I 'm not graduated yet.

But, is "actually" also used to talk about the present? (like "currently")

What do you do for living?

Actually / Currently, I'm working in an Insurence Company.