Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Affect"

The meaning of "Affect" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does affect ? mean?
A: Affect is a verb which means ‘make a difference to’, for example, "the past mistake should'nt affect the rest of your life."
Q: What does Since joining the band he’s affected a ridiculoussouthern accent. mean?
A: He has adopted a southern accent.
(People in the Southern U.S. have an accent. He's not native to the South, but he's now talking like he is)
Q: What does affect mean?
A: It is a verb that means change. So, if you are affecting something, you are changing it. Another definition of the word "affect" is to have an effect on. Here is an example: "I affected the way it moves" means that I changed the way it moves.
Q: What does affect mean?
A: @ru_ko: Affect means to influence something or have an impact on something.

Example sentences using "Affect"

Q: Please show me example sentences with affect .
A: He word, affect, is a verb so it means to make a difference or produce a change. So, a few examples would be; 1)The sun began to affect my skin, 2) The change in climate will affect our lives, and 3) Smoking affects your health.
Q: Please show me example sentences with affect.
A: The bad grade she got on her test affected her class average. The food affected the dog's eating patterns. The new shampoo will affect how your hair looks.
Q: Please show me example sentences with affect.
A: The climate affects the environment.

The result of the test affects my grade.

It means that something has an "effect" on the subject, it makes changes to it.

I am affected by love.

Synonyms of "Affect" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between affect and effect ?
A: @whatormaybe:
Examples:
-You know the EFFECT you can have
- Your decisions AFFECT us all
Q: What is the difference between affect and effect ?
A: Effect is a noun meaning outcome, consequence, or appearance. For example:
1.What effect did your reprimand have?
2.That is a nice effect.
To affect is a verb meaning to transform or to change. For example:
1.Did the cold affect you?
2.Do not use low-fat milk. It will affect the taste
Q: What is the difference between affect and effect ?
A: "Affect" is a verb, and "effect" is a noun. Some people say sometimes "effect" can be a verb too, but that's not true.

Example of "affect":
A: How does global warming affect the planet?
B: It affects the planet by making it hotter.

Example of "effect":
A: What are the effects of global warming on the planet?
B: The effects are that the planet is getting hotter.
Q: What is the difference between affect and effect ?
A: Affect (verb):
- To act on, cause a change
*Very common use*

Affect (noun):
- Emotion or desire
*Technical term, only really used by mental health professionals*

Effect (noun):
- A result, something that was caused
*Very common use*

Effect (verb):
- To bring about
*Relatively uncommon use*

You will be about 90% correct if you remember that you affect something to cause an effect.
Q: What is the difference between affect and effect ?
A: "Affect" is a verb. "Effect" is a noun.

For example:
"I affect a lot of people with my actions. When I am kind to someone, the effect of it is that the person feels good about their day. However, when I am rude to someone, the effect is that the person might feel really bad."

Translations of "Affect"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? affect
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The different between affect and effect?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? affect
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? immensely affecting
A: 이멘스리 아헥팅.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? affect
A: Affect
We were affected by the storm

Other questions about "Affect"

Q: Then, how does plastic affect on sea creatures? Sea turtles, for example, mistake plastic bags for jellyfish, they then choke to death. Sea birds also wrongly swallow plastics. As plastic can’t be digested in stomach, they get illnesses. Coral reef won’t survive in a bad condition of seawater. Plastic will destroy marine-ecosystems. does this sound natural?
A: × Then, how does plastic affect on sea creatures?
✓ How does plastic affect sea creatures?

× Sea turtles, for example, mistake plastic bags for jellyfish, they then choke to death.
✓ Sea turtles, for example, mistake plastic bags for jellyfish and then choke to death.

× Sea birds also wrongly swallow plastics.
✓ Sea birds also swallow plastics.

× As plastic can’t be digested in stomach, they get illnesses.
✓ As plastic can’t be digested, they get illnesses.

× Coral reef won’t survive in a bad condition of seawater.
✓ Coral reefs won’t survive in polluted seawater.

Q: Please show me how to pronounce affect.
A: Pronunciation when affect is a noun
Q: "in positive affect" on the fourth line, I wonder if 'affect' can play a role as a noun.
A: “affect” is a verb 99.9% of the time. “Effect” is a almost always a noun. 🙂
Q: affect does this sound natural?
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Q: They both badly affect on you.
or
They both affect badly on you.

Which one is correct?
;_;
A: I'd change it to either one of these:

They both affect you badly.
They both have a bad effect on you.

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