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: "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.
Q: Jay-z affect me a lot. does this sound natural?
A: @janlin002: Jay-Z has had a huge impact on me.
Q: It will affect on you? does this sound natural?
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