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- “Actually” vs “really” 2 answers
Hello this might be a weird question but I've been arguing about this with a native English speaker (I am Dutch) and I would like to know who is right.
I will give the example now:
Person 1: "You never do anything in the house." Person 2: "Actually, I do"
Person 1 (native) stated that when I say "actually" it's a comparison. Person 2 (me, non native) I'm saying that when there's no "In contrary to what you said" or something similar in the sentence it is not a comparison.
Who is correct?