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Laura Byrne

Laura is a lifelong English literature nerd. Most of the time, she works as a television journalist with a focus on science, medical and environmental stories. She loves cycling, running (usually accompanied by her large fluffy dog), and cooking up a storm.

The English language is full of odd idiomatic phrases, many of which are not intuitive to understand or use. The common phrase “with that being said” is one of them. “With that being said” is a modifier, helping to transition from one sentence or clause to another. It either sums up and closes off one …

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