Affect vs Effect. Most generally, affect is used as a verb and effect is used as a noun. When something “affects” something, it produces an “effect” on it. In some situations “effect” is also used as a verb while “affect” is applied as a noun.Should I use affect or effect?
Use "effect" as a noun meaning "the result of a cause.". When people misuse "affect" with an "A", they often intended this meaning of "effect" with an "E.". An "effect" in this sense is the opposite of a cause - an event that happens because of some other precipitating event happening.What is the difference between 'effected' and 'affected'?
Affected vs. Effected Generally, effect is used as noun and affect is used as verb, although in different situations they both can be used both as noun and verb. Affect means to have an impact, influence or to make a difference, on the other hand, effect as a verb means to bring about or to cause something to happen.