The confusion with 'actually' lies within the Italian language. The Italian form, 'attualmente' means currently/right now.
You can see, it's used quite differently in English. See my examples above to learn different way it's used in English.
Do you have a similar word in your language that sounds like the English 'actually', but means something different? Comment below - let me know so I can update my lesson for other learners.
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About Your English Coach
Alannah is a CELTA (University of Cambridge) qualified English language teacher from Canada who lives in Italy with her wonderful husband. She's been teaching English since 2006 and has taught many different nationalities in both Canada and Italy.