indeed, really, truly, actually
indeed ： 一般用于肯定或证实对方所说的话，多承接前言，也用来加强或肯定自己说话的语气。
really ： 主要用于强调与事实或现实不相违背，也可表示不快、惊奇或某种含蓄的怀疑。
truly ： 强调客观存在的真实性，没有任何虚假。
actually ： 侧重于实际的事，而不是凭空想象或推测的事。
really and truly
I sometimes wonder whether you really and truly love me.
1. The Europeans had hoped to win, and, indeed, had looked like winning.
2. The mere mention of John had touched a very raw nerve indeed.
3. It rapidly became apparent that rock'n'roll was a very broad church indeed.
4. Thank you very much indeed, Doctor, I am extremely obliged to you.
5. British Rail has indeed become more commercial over the past decade.
6. He was unprepared to co-operate, or indeed to communicate.
7. It is a formula that worked very well indeed.
8. These cavils aside, most of the essays are very good indeed.
9. We have nothing against diversity; indeed, we want more of it.
10. "Has something happened?" — "Indeed it has." — "What?"
11. Later, he admitted that the payments had indeed been made.
12. Downing Street is taking the French opinion polls very seriously indeed.
13. I would, indeed, turn the evidence over to the police.
14. I did indeed look older and more wrinkled than ever.
15. Charles's letter was indeed published, albeit in a somewhat abbre-viated form.
1. Issues such as these were not really his concern.
2. I don't see the point in it really. It's just stupid.
3. "You really won't tell?" she asked, begging for reassurance.
4. I really don't see any reason for changing it.
5. Today was really a bit of a write-off for me.
6. I only resist things like chocolate if I feel really gross.
7. They've picked up a really nasty infection from something they've eaten.
8. If we had a child, we'd be in really dire straits.
9. Editorially, they never really became a unique distinct product.
10. It sounds like a wonderful idea to me, does it really work?
11. It's really an amazing dance. It just always brings the house down.
12. It was a joy to see. It really made my day.
13. An employer can demand written certification that the relative is really ill.
14. It's a game that has really lost its allure.
15. It is really not clear just why he became a Socialist.
1. Yours truly was awoken by a shout: "Ahoy there!"
2. The birth of a live healthy baby is a truly blessed event.
3. Experts agreed that this was a truly sensational performance.
4. The greenhouse effect is well and truly with us.
5. The whole cast executed the production with truly professional aplomb.
6. They run it with a truly professional but personal touch.
7. He is truly outraged about what's happened to him.
8. Ms Nova is the proud possessor of a truly incredible voice.
9. Annette's performance as Eliza Doolittle in "Pygmalion" was truly memorable.
10. Scottish baking is homely, comforting and truly good.
11. The figures involved are truly very large.
12. Not all doctors truly understand the reproductive cycle.
13. They were truly appalling.
14. The war is well and truly over.
15. I truly never minded caring for Rusty.
1. He actually became convinced that the nurses had an unanswerable case.
2. They actually moved down from upstairs because the rent's that expensive.
3. He will actually be serving three concurrent five-year sentences.
4. I actually knew her, but in overalls I passed unrecognised.
5. "Actually, most of my tennis is at club level," he admitted.
6. Motorways actually cover less than 0.1 percent of the countryside.
7. Although this recipe looks long, it is actually very quick to prepare.
8. For the first time the government's actually put some money up front.
9. Withdrawal from heroin is actually like a severe attack of gastric flu.
10. Nobody was prepared to risk prosecution by actually naming names.
11. They floated the trial balloon of actually cutting Social Security.
12. Neil's colleagues say he was actually in a joking, upbeat mood.
13. I would be surprised, actually, if he left Birmingham.
14. Terry actually says "Oh, shucks!" when complimented on her singing.
15. In some perverse way the ill-matched partners do actually need each other.