Today, we are going to explain the differences between "affect" and "effect".
Both "affect" and "effect" can be used as a verb and a noun. However, "affect" is more commonly used as a verb whereas "effect" is more commonly used as a noun.
As a verb, "affect" means to cause something to change in some way.
For e.g. :
Peter's unhappiness affected everyone else's mood last night.
As a noun, "effect" means the outcome of a cause.
For e.g. :
The sound effects of this movie theater was fantastic.
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