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affect or effect

"Bill caster" (2018-11-20)


The word ‘effect’ implies of a greater action than ‘affect’. Thus, when you use affect or effect, the whole meaning of the sentence is dependent on that particular word. If you are also one of them who are still messing up the usage of Affecting versus effecting, read this blog to solve the issue. The blog discusses the difference between the two and also explains the usage of the words.





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