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Hi! I'm Phil from BBC Learning English.
Today, I'm going to tell you the difference between
'affect' with an 'a' and 'effect' with an 'e'.
Just remember that 'affect' with an 'a' is a verb.
It means 'to influence'.
So, for example:
Tiredness is affecting my work.
'Effect' with an 'e' is usually a noun,
and it means 'the result of something'.
The effect of not having breakfast is to
feel really hungry.
'Effect' can be a verb.
It's very formal and it means 'to implement something'.
The management effected a new policy.
So if you find this difference affecting your English,
just remember that 'affect' with an 'a' is a verb
and that 'effect' with an 'e' is usually a noun.
And the effect will be
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Affect vs Effect - English In A Minute

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eunice4u4u published on November 14, 2019
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