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    how are the verbs effect and affect different

    When I look up the definition of both "effect" and "affect" as VERBS the dictionary says they both mean "to produce an effect" on the object of the verb.

    How do I know when to use one and when to use the other?

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    Brian

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    Re: how are the verbs effect and affect different

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