You are right actually!

Actually = in fact / in reality

It is used for emphasis - when someone has something surprising to say.
e.g. They cheated in the exam. I actually caught them! I can't actually believe they cheated.

or if you want to disagree with what someone has said.
e.g. "It was built in 1925".
"Well, actually it wasn't. It was built in 1930".
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