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Grammar Notes



Effect / Affect

Effect / Affect

   Affect vs. Effect. Affect is a verb that means to influence. Effect is a noun that means a result. If you affect something, you can cause an effect.


Schneider, E. (2000, December 13). How does the effect affect you?: Another grammatical riddle.
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Russell, R. (2016, July 04, 03:41 pm). Grannar Notes.
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