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What is the difference between affect and effect?

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How will this affect you? ... This will have a huge effect on me.

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Affect is usually a verb, effect a noun. I was affected by the loss of..... The effect of his loss was......

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"Affect" as a verb means to change or influence; as a noun it is the subjective impression of feeling or emotion. "Effect" as a verb means to cause; as a noun it means a result or consequence.Hope you understand :)

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To Affect something is to change something for example: Global warming can affect people all over the world.

Effect is the outcome of something, for example: The effect of getting an F on your final exam is you get grounded.

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Affect is a verb and effect is a noun. Here are examples of how they are used. The referee affects the outcome of the game. The special effects of the movie were amazing.

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people say im affected, but i always says its effective ones a verb the other is a noun and can be used in different contexts.

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