Literature and Language

As a matter of fact or factly?

Answer

Wiki User
12/13/2011

Both, but sometimes not. Because sometimes factly is considered a word sometimes not. So it depends how you would like to say it.

For example,

-- No wonder real war becomes so matter-of-fact to our young people.

-- Matter-of-fact manner in which he had earlier given me some details of his farm work.

-- This may be because it was too matter-of-fact to record.

-- "Well," he said matter of factly,"technically, turtles are reptiles.

-- "yeah" she said matter-of-factly.