The opinions that are held with passion are always those for which no good ground exists; indeed the passion is the measure of the holder's lack of rational conviction. Opinions in politics and religion are almost always held passionately.
Every sentence that starts with "I'm not racist, but" is likely to be very racist indeed.
That does not mean we should ignore sources of tension. Indeed, it suggests the opposite: we must face these tensions squarely.
What are we, indeed, what is our character, if not the concentration of the things which we have lived since our birth.
Indeed, some writers do not think the relation of brain to consciousness is a causal relation in the first place.
Today, their efforts have paid off and they are in possession of conclusive evidence, an achievement which is indeed commendable.
Grandma Moses started painting when she was in her seventies. A late bloomer indeed!
When I get sick of what men do, I have only to walk a few steps in another direction to see what spiders do. Or what the weather does. This sustains me very well indeed.
The common environmental policy is indeed necessary, but not sufficient in itself.
Indeed, I must have looked idiotic, for all eyes were fixed on me.
that was indeed your responsibility, that was indeed our responsibility
"She asked if you were married." "Did she, indeed?"For a four-year-old, her vocabulary is very good indeed. Thank you very much indeed.
English word "tatsächlich"(indeed) occurs in sets:Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Odd" (Amy Le Feuvre)Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Betty Grier" (Joseph Wa...Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Tracy Park" (Mary Jane ...Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Percy A Tragedy" (Hanna...Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Tom Gerrard 1904" (Loui...
2. in fact
In fact, I am completely against your suggestion.
English word "tatsächlich"(in fact) occurs in sets:German othersB1 Zertifikate
You were always a perfect 'superhuman' to an infuriating extent, and so that 'habit' was actually one of your cute, or rather charming, attributes.
Shanghainese is actually a kind of pidgin, based on Wu dialects, Lower Yangtze Mandarin, and English loanwords.
Actually I wanted to be a damsel in a tower guarded by seven dragons, and then a prince on a white horse would chop off the dragons' heads and liberate me.
Day by day and month by month, Internet technology is growing. Actually, make that second by second and minute by minute.
His boosterism makes it sound wonderful but I wonder if he understands how hard it's going to be to actually carry out.
Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia is quite a long word, isn't it? "Yes, but do you know what it means?" "Actually, I don't." "It means fear of long words." "How ironic."
Actually, and I need to keep this quiet, but recently here there's a rumour that young women on this beach are having photos taken in secret of them.
Of course "Hayabusa" is not actually closing in on the Sun, it is just positioned as in the figure so that, seen from the Earth, it is on the opposite side of the Sun; this is called 'conjunction'.
We need to distinguish what a sentence could mean from what it actually does mean when used by one particular speaker on one particular occasion.
Do you actually believe that fairies exist? (Czy ty rzeczywiście wierzysz, że wróżki istnieją?) Did she actually break up with him? (Czy ona faktycznie z nim zerwała?)
She sounds English but she's actually Spanish. Did you actually meet the president? "You didn't tell me." "Actually, I did." "Do you mind if I smoke?" "Actually, I'd rather you didn't."
English word "tatsächlich"(actually) occurs in sets:Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Witch Stories" (E. Lynn...Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Pioneer Imprints From F...