AFFECT is normally a verb, and means "to influence or change."
EFFECT is normally a noun, and means the result, consequence, or change that is made.
How does population growth affect us? VERB
Studying should positively affect your grades. VERB
What is the effect of population growth? NOUN
Drinking alcohol can have a bad effect on your health. NOUN
If the word is a noun, use "effect." The word affect will almost always be used as an action verb. The word effect can also be a verb, very rarely but obviously used, meaning to cause. (e.g. This law may effect a basic change to our policy.)
The sound of the words provides a good way to remember the most common usage:
If the word follows "the," then emphasize the long "e" sound in the words "the" and "effect," and say "the effect of....". The effect of drinking too much alcohol is often a hangover". Otherwise, use "affect," as in "alcohol affects health." In this case, the "a" in "affects" is pronounced like "uh".
There are some exceptions, for example in Psychology a person's "affect," referring to his/her emotional presentation, is a noun. "He has a flat affect." In that case, the "a" is pronounced like the vowel sound in "laugh".
Please check the difference between the words "affect" and "effect". In this case, it should be "affect". Gravity keeps the stars together in the first place. It compresses them so much that they become hot and dense in their cores; enough so to start nuclear fusion.
It creates dramatic tension.
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There is no difference in meaning between the words Caribbean and Caribbean. The only difference is the pronunciation of the words.
It creates dramatic tension.
The basic difference? The words are very similar and have their roots in the same place and so the difference is tiny. Affect is used to mean to cause a change in something - it can cause an Effect. I affect the ozone when I drive my car. Effect is used to mean the change caused in something - it is what happens to something when it is affected The effect on the ozone is that it is damaged. I affect the ozone, the ozone is affected. The effect I have is that the ozone is damaged, the effect of my actions. Is that okay? And are you actually trying to explain it to a five year old? Because I wouldn't bother, it tends to be one of those words people can use correctly but don't know why they use it when they do or don't. Hope it helped, Acey~Nz I would add that "affect" is almost always used as a verb and "effect" as a noun.
Affect means to have an influence on something. Affect is normally a verb.Effect is the result of an influence or change. Effect is normally a noun.They are related in that when something affects something else, it produces an effect on it.The word affect has a noun meaning related to psychology and emotion.The word effect has a verb meaning, which is to create, bring about, or institute. But these are rare compared to the everyday uses of the words.
Affect and effect are two English words with very similar meanings, and very similar pronunciations. Though not actually homophones, the sound of the words is similar enough to cause most people confusion.The word EFFECT is normally a noun meaning a change or result."These changes had a positive effect." "What is the effect of population growth?" "Drinking alcohol can have a bad effect on your health."The word AFFECT is normally a verb meaning to influence or alter."These changes may affect your family." "How does population growth affect us?" "Studying should positively affect your grades."---However, these words can actually be used both as verbs and nouns.As verbs: The word "affect" means to modify something in some way; to have an impact on something. The word "effect" means cause or bring into existence.Examples :Large numbers of sub-prime mortgage can effect a global financial crisis.(they can create one)Alcohol use will affect higher brain functions.(it doesn't cause them; it modifies them)As nouns: an "effect" can be anything that is caused or modified. It is thus correct to talk about "effects of alcohol" as lower brain function. As a noun, affect (pronounced AFFect) means the outward appearance of a person's mental state,
They are different words. Affect means to produce an effect upon someone or something. Effect means to cause something to become into being or to put something into operation.
Demonstrate consistency between words and actions?
is effect spelt affect or effect <><><> Both spellings are correct- they are two different words.
There is no difference between Fard and Wajib they are synonymous words
A dictionary is a book that contains definitions of words; a vocabulary is the words that someone knows. So, the difference is between words in a book and words in a mind.
Effect and affect
What is the difference between euphemism and dysphemism?" Dysphemism is negative words and euphemism is more towards positive words
there really isn't a difference
Slang words are words that are not in the dictionary.
your/you're there/their affect/effect our/hour were/where
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The correct spelling is difference.An example sentence is "there is a difference between the words their and there".
The two separate words are :AFFECT (verb) - to influence or alterEFFECT (noun, verb) - a result, consequence, or change ; to bring aboutThe verb effect means to bring about, as to effect a change. It should not be used instead of affect, which is to influence, as to affect the economy.
There is obviously no difference, just choice of words.
what is the difference?
the order of the words