AFFECT ayca - SUKRU NURAL, PhD

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«AFFECT»
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Is a verb:
[with object]
have an effect on; make a difference to:
the dampness began to affect my health
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[with object]
pretend to have or feel (something):
as usual I affected a supreme unconcern
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[with clause]
your attitude will affect how successful you are
touch the feelings of; move emotionally:
he was visibly affected by the tragedy
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[with infinitive]
a book that affects to loathe the modern world
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use, wear, or assume (something) pretentiously or
so as to make an impression on others:
an Anglophile who had affected a British accent
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Is a noun:
[mass noun] Psychology
feeling or emotion.
Do not confuse affect with effect.
 Affect means 'make a difference to; change'
The changes will affect everyone.
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Effect means either 'a result'
The drug has a painkilling effect. or
'bring about a result'
He effected a cost-cutting exercise.
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