I'm writing an essay, and I need a way to say "but I'm not talking about [something], I'm talking about [something]." In other words, I need a way to acknowledge something misleading and clarify it in some other way.

  • Maybe referring to [something]. – KannE Feb 20 at 7:59
  • Footnotes can be useful for this. – Global Charm Mar 19 at 15:12

In this case/essay I won't be focusing on [something] but instead the [other thing]

...but its really impossible to give a sentence without any context

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