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

The meaning of "Effects" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Some of the best effects in my garden have been the result of serendipity. mean?
A: Serendipity means good and random luck.

The sentence is saying that their garden has good qualities because of luck.
Q: What does Some of the best effects in my garden have been the result of serendipity. mean?
A: It means that good results that happen in his garden are by chance. Serendipity is when someone accidently finds something good. For example, finding a twenty dollar bill in the pocket of your pants you haven't used in awhile.
Q: What does the dreaded crippling effects of the bends with every dive mean?
A: “The beds” is the name for the painful experience you can sometime get after diving. It is caused by the nitrogen that is in the compressed air that you breathe while diving expanding inside your body when you ascend from your dive too rapidly. This sentence is saying that, with every dive, there is reason to be afraid that you could be crippled by the dreaded effects of “the bends.”
Q: What does The effects of smoking are actually reversed with every cigarette you don't have. mean?
A: It is known that cigarettes are bad for your health. So by not smoking you are reversing (reversed) that by improving your health.
Q: What does What have been the good and bad effects of faster transportation? mean?
A: Here, faster transportation would be modes of transportation like 新幹線. The effects would be the changes it caused.
Good effects would be changes that are useful/helpful (便利).
Example: "I get to work faster because of the bullet train."
Bad effects would be changes that cause problems (不便).
Example: "These transportations cause pollution."

I hope this is helpful! (If not, please let me know)

Example sentences using "Effects"

Q: Please show me example sentences with effects (special effects, sound effects, etc.)
Can I say: "At that time, the machine plays the effects."?
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A: The movie has got some amazing special effects/sound effects.


At that time, the machine plays the effects. - slightly wrong, you wouldn't say play, you would say
At that time, the machine creates the effects.

Synonyms of "Effects" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between take effects and kick in ?
A: Thank you! And sure I keep it in mind. 🙂
Q: What is the difference between What are the likely effects of the law going to be? and What are the effects of the law likely going to be? ?
A: They're very similar. But by saying "likely going to be" in the 2nd sentence, you're implying that the OUTCOME has a likely chance, as for the first sentence "likely effects", you're implying that the EFFECTS OF THAT OUTCOME have a likely chance, I hoped this helped.
Q: What is the difference between what are the effects of this? and what would be effects of this be?( in this screen, they are talking about greenhouse-effects. and I know the meaning of what he is saying approximately but I don't know why he uses 'would' not just 'are') ?
A: We use 'would' when we refer to something that has not happened yet.

for example:

A: I am not going to brush my teeth for the next month.
B: And what would be the effect of this?

whereas 'are' would be used for something that has or is happening.

eg.
A: I have not brushed my teeth for a month.
B: What are the effects of this?
Q: What is the difference between effects and affect ?
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Translations of "Effects"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I would like to talk about the effects and causes of Japanese children's poverty to solve these questions." is correct?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does it mean by "the psychological effects of aging is not well established."
A: It means he second one but you have a small
grammar error.
You have to say are, not is, because effects is plural. :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? effects
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? is it right to say 'positive effects of a tree on ecosystem'
A: Positive effects of trees on the ecosystem.

Other questions about "Effects"

Q: "유튜브의 영향력이 동영상 콘텐츠 서비스를 넘어 검색 분야로까지 확대된 것으로 보인다"
The effects of Youtube has expanded beyond its video contents service and into search engine service.
Is that a natural expression? does this sound natural?
A: “The effects of Youtube have expanded beyond its video content services and into search engine services.”

This sounds most natural to me!
Q: To minimize the effects of road construction on environments and control the distribution of invasive plants, I offered some suggestions such as covering the bare slopes, monitoring the vehicles, and controlling the soil. does this sound natural?
A: ​‎To minimize the effects of road construction on the environment and control the spread of invasive plants, I offered the following suggestions: covering the bare slopes, monitoring the vehicles, and controlling the soil.
Q: Computer-generated effects are special effects that are made to use a computer. does this sound natural?
A: I think
"that are made in a computer" or "that are made using a computer" would sound better
Q: Telling the effects of my idea also makes accept my idea easily. does this sound natural?
A: Telling the effects of my idea also makes accepting my idea easier.
or
Telling the effects of my idea also makes my idea easier to accept.
Q: we know that long-term effects for tobacco use are terrible. does this sound natural?
A: It's very nearly perfect.

To make it really natural, say:

"we know that the long-term effects of tobacco use are terrible."

So it would be "the ~ effects of tobacco".

Two verbs is OK like this because "tobacco use" is a compound (I think it's a noun phrase).

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