As a matter of fact

A very often used term in English is As a matter of factor in chatroom-slang AAMOF. It means pretty much the same as “in fact”, “actually“, “to be precise

Here are some examples when and how it’s used:
“As a matter of fact, people dislike saints on earth: perfection is for those in heaven.”
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“Yeah, I do want a medal as a matter of fact!”
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You see, it’s a nice sounding expression which isn’t difficult to apply.

Have a nice day.

Vocabulary:
to apply = to use, to put on
saints = people who are mentioned as holy (churches or cathedrals are sometimes called after them)
For example THIS one.

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