It must be really cold outside. Actually it’s quite warm. Oh, I’m surprised. Actually’ means ‘Really’ or ‘In fact’. We often use it to talk about something strange or surprising. It looks expensive but actually it’s quite cheap. Really? How much is it? I think it’s about fifty bucks. Really? Actually doesn’t mean ‘at the present time’. To talk about current actions, use expressions like ‘Currently’ or ‘At the moment’. We often use ‘actually’ to corrrect someone politely. You’ve written thirteen dollars, but actually, it’s thirty. Oh, is it? Actually, that’s my coffee. That’s yours. Oh.