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Compound Adverbs - Clarifying & Informing

Master English compound adverbs for clarifying and informing, like "in fact" and "in addition".

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Compound Adverbs
as far as sth is concerned

used to refer to the specific matter or topic being discussed or considered

[phrase]
(as) far as sb know

used to express one's uncertainty about the statement one has made as there might be something that makes it untrue

[phrase]
as a matter of fact

used to introduce a statement that provides additional information or clarifies a point, often emphasizing the truth or reality of a situation

[phrase]
as a point of fact

used to introduce a statement that provides factual information or clarifies a point with accuracy

[Adverb]
in fact

used to introduce a statement that provides additional information or emphasizes the truth or reality of a situation

[Adverb]
in addition

used to introduce further information or to indicate that something is being included

[Adverb]
in reality

used to contrast with appearances or assumptions, emphasizing the actual state of affairs or the way things truly are

[Adverb]
in truth

used to emphasize that something is being expressed honestly or genuinely, often revealing the real facts or feelings

[Adverb]
that is to say

used to introduce an explanation or clarification of a point just made

[Adverb]
as a rule

used to indicate something that is typically or generally true or customary

[Adverb]
by the same token

used to connect two related statements, showing that the same reasoning or principle applies to both

[conjunction]
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