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Affect vs. Effect

Finding the differences between Affect and Effect


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Affect vs. Effect

To influence or change someone or something.

The result or consequence of something, as in the effect of the explosion.
Influence or the power to make something happen.
When something goes into effect, it starts to happen.
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