Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Fact"

The meaning of "Fact" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does straight facts mean?
A: "Straight facts" are facts given without opinion or interpretation.
(Interpretation means explanation of what someone thinks the facts mean.)
Q: What does In fact, a breast pump seems to be a favorite baby shower gift, suggesting that pumping the breasts is normal and that the baby will need to "receive bottles" sometimes. mean?
A: From the context, I think it means that babies are fed by bottles. Perhaps because eventually babies will have to stop feeding from the breast but milk from the breast is still better than powdered milk.
Q: What does When the political or legal facts reflect or correspond loosely, if at all,to the attitudes and articulations of those that form the polity. mean?
A: basically they are suggesting that there is very little relationship or no relationship at all between these two things. Or "if there is a relationship between them, it is small or minor, but there may be none at all."
Q: What does due to the fact that building a plant takes two rounds,

what dose taking two rounds mean in this context?? mean?
A: @seeeeaaa: 스포츠에 대해 말하면 라운그라는 게 있지요? 첬 라운드, 두 번째 라운드.

건물을 짓는 데 두 라운드를 걸려요.
Q: What does And the fact which is reports is far from being unimportant. mean?
A: 'Which is reports' is a mistake, it should be 'the fact which It reports' report is a verb here, it means to tell what happened

Example sentences using "Fact"

Q: Please show me example sentences with due to the fact that.
A: the word "due to the fact" is a formal way of saying "because"... here's one " Kimmy cannot attend to school because he ais preparing for the transfer exams" instead of using because use the other "Kimmy cannot attend to school due to the fact that he is preparing for the transfer exams"....." due to the fact" can be also used in making formal letters for reasons
Q: Please show me example sentences with in fact.
A: The fact is she cheated on the test.
In matter of fact I have an extra ticket to the concert.
I hate the fact that your going out with her.
The fact that you don't see that she likes you is so stupid.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Despite the fact that.
A: Despite the fact that the child has good grades in school, his parents believe he is a bad student. Despite the fact that children under the age of 21 are not allowed to drink in the U.S.A. many still do
Q: Please show me example sentences with due to the fact that.
A: Due to the fact that it is raining we cannot go hiking.
Due to the fact that you failed to pay on time, you now have to pay a late fee.
Q: Please show me example sentences with in fact.
A: "They said they went to the zoo when in fact they stayed at home."
"The party was really disappointing, in fact it was a complete disaster."
This is correct grammar for this sentences. I will add my own example...
"My child is really smart, in fact she has an IQ of 120."

Synonyms of "Fact" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between In fact, and Actually, ?
A: "In fact" is often used in a sentence before making a claim that expands on or reinforces an earlier statement.

"Actually" is more often used before correcting an earlier statement, usually made by another person but sometimes one's own self (especially if it had been made as a hypothetical or straw-man).

Q: What is the difference between there remain two facts to consider and there remain two facts to be considered ?
A: no difference.
Q: What is the difference between in fact and the matter of fact ?
A: In fact = you say something that contradicts what the listener expects

For example: You seem to think she's poor, but in fact she sold a software company to Google for more than $100 million.

Matter of fact = 沒什麼大不了的樣子

For example: He talked about his lunch with President Obama in a such a matter of fact way that you might think they had lunch together all the time.
Q: What is the difference between I accepted the fact / the flaw and I acknowledged the fact/ the flaw ?
A: If you acknowledge the flaw then you know it exists, but you're probably not doing anything about it.
If you accept the flaw, then you know that you have a flaw and you're working with it or actively trying to fix it.
Q: What is the difference between In fact and As a matter of fact and Actually and As it is and In reality ?
A: "As it is" と "in reality" 以外、ほとんど同じですね。

I often visit the library. In fact/as a matter of fact/actually, I'm planning to go there tomorrow.
よく図書館に行きます。実は、明日も行く予定です。

As it is = 「この状態でも」 とか?なんていうかな。
You want to buy a car? As it is, we don't have enough money for the rent!
車買いたいって?(このままでも)もう家賃のお金もないのに?
You want to ask them to work on Sunday? As it is, they're already mad about working on Saturday.

In reality = (しかし)実際には~ (often used when opposing something)
The spider looks dead. (however) In reality, he merely feigns death.
くもは死んでるに見えるんだけど実際は死んでるふりをしてる。

✕ I like going to the library. In reality, I'm going tomorrow. (おかしい)

Translations of "Fact"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? This is a fact familiar to everyone.(Is this correct?)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? .
is this correct ?

1 despite the fact that it wasn’t easy, I finished the homework.
2. She went for a long walk, although being cold.
3. despite she was cold, she went for a long walk.
4. She was cold. She went for a long walk, however.
A: 1. Despite the fact that it wasn’t easy, I finished the homework.
2. She went for a long walk, although it was cold. (The weather was cold)
She went for a long walk, although she was cold. (She was cold)
3. Despite it being cold, she went for a long walk. (The weather was cold)
Despite being cold, she went for a long walk. (She was cold)
Despite that she was cold, she went for a long walk.
4. She was cold. She went for a long walk anyway. (however can be correct, bur anyway expresses the situation better)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does mean" hit on the facts"? Is it commonly used?
A: These notifications have been mixed up in this app. I see unrelated posts when I visit. Sorry for seeing your question late.

I explained "spot on" by adding, "Exactly what I believe to be true or fact." It can mean "correct," but it depends on context.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does ‘I am not going miss the fact that~’ mean ???
A: Do you mean something similar to the following example?

Example:

‘I am not missing the fact that’ I was late, however, I do find that my reason for being late directly relates to this meeting.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? in fact
A: If you want to hear it:

Other questions about "Fact"

Q: Please, tell me what do you call this natural fact?
dancing light or...?
A: By it's scientific name, Aurora Borealis. By common name, the Northern Lights.
Q: By the fact that she always had matches with herself, I deduced that she was a smoker. Does this sound natural?
A: "...she always had matches on herself..."

"...she always had matches with her...."

That preposition is the only word. What you're saying makes total sense though!
Q: There's a fact or an experience which you're not good at doing well or you didn't do anything well, but you are not good, you are not useless, you are not hopeless. Does this sound natural?
A: あ、なるほど!

"Just because someone says you're not good, doesn't mean you are!"
"Even if you've experienced someone telling you you're no good, you are still not a bad person!"


だめな人間 = "no good" / "bad person".

You're no good!♬
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAWS8BLFbPs
Q: You can neither deny the fact nor keep it hidden.
People will surely see the truth one day. We all believe so 😊 Does this sound natural?
A: You can neither deny the fact nor keep it hidden.
People will eventually see the truth.
Q: How do I use "tell fact from fiction"?
I could do with one or two examples.
A: "Seeing the situation for myself helps me to tell fact from fiction"
"Some people say that the truth is stranger than fiction. This can make it difficult to tell fact from fiction"

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