Grammar Bomb: Affect VS Effect

Studying affects test results; the effect is usually better grades.

#GrammarBombEA

 

Affect [THINK: Action word (A)]
Effect [THINK: End-result (E)]

 

“The verb affect means “to act on; produce an effect or change in.” …It can also mean “to impress the mind or move the feelings of…”

Effect is most commonly used as a noun meaning “result” or “consequence…” …It can be used as a verb to mean “make happen,” but that use is less common.”

[read more about it on blog.dictionary.com]

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