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omglolbutts: studentlifeproblems: What’s the difference? I KNOW THIS ONE. THIS IS MY MOMENT. Educational time, kids: Effect is a noun, Affect is a verb. Apparently there’s some deviation from this, but this is the general rule. You can always think of the phrase “Cause and effect”, seeing as they’re both nouns, or you can use this handy-dandy set of phrases: “She had a strange and magical Effect on them, as all vampires holding a three-foot-spear do.” vs. “How was I supposed to know he was affected so strongly by being eaten by a shark??”  : SamClark @SamClark 23 Someone asked my professor the difference between "affect" and effect" and he said, "Honestly I have no clue.I have a PhD and wrote m entire dissertation without using either word. Just try and avoid it at all costs" omglolbutts: studentlifeproblems: What’s the difference? I KNOW THIS ONE. THIS IS MY MOMENT. Educational time, kids: Effect is a noun, Affect is a verb. Apparently there’s some deviation from this, but this is the general rule. You can always think of the phrase “Cause and effect”, seeing as they’re both nouns, or you can use this handy-dandy set of phrases: “She had a strange and magical Effect on them, as all vampires holding a three-foot-spear do.” vs. “How was I supposed to know he was affected so strongly by being eaten by a shark??” 

omglolbutts: studentlifeproblems: What’s the difference? I KNOW THIS ONE. THIS IS MY MOMENT. Educational time, kids: Effect is a noun, A...

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