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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #124175: Effect or affect
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    Effect or affect



    "Affect versus Effect " What is the difference ? 

    Here is a difference between "affect" and "effect" .

    "Affect" is primarily used as a verb, it means ''to influence something''.Example: the strong wind affected my hair. "Effect" can be a noun or a verb; it means ''the result of an influence''.

    Example: The effect of tsunami was devastating.


    Choose the appropriate word (affect or effect).   



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    1. Both buildings were badly by the fire.

    2. The new property tax law won't directly us.

    3. Their opinion won't my decision.

    4. My leg injury my speed.

    5. The best way to change is to work together.

    6. The news had an electric .

    7. They displayed a sad when they heard the terrible news.

    8. The storm the tree which wasn't strong enough to resist.

    9. The pollution in the city had a bad on me.

    10. Stress and tiredness your powers of concentration.









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