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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #26518: Affect and effect
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    Affect and effect


    Affect and effect

     

    Affect is an action

     

    Effect is a result.

     

    As a verb, affect means to have an emotional impact on, to influence, to imitate, to inspire.

    As an adjective, it means imitated, pretended.

     

    Contrast these meanings to those of effect.

    As a verb, it means to cause, to bring about.

    As a noun, effect means consequence, result.

     





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