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Affect and effect are easy to mix up. Here’s the short version of how to use affect vs. effect. Affect is usually a verb, and it means to impact or change. Effect is usually a noun, an effect is the result of a change. Watch out! There are certain situations and fixed phrases that break the general usage rules for these words.Can a government that can't produce change produce surprises?
Put another way, a government that can't produce change won't be able to produce surprises; it will be predictable. Most of the time, you'll want affect as a verb meaning to influence something and effect for the something that was influenced.What is a government unable to effect any change?
A government unable to effect any change is a government that will produce no surprises. Put another way, a government that can't produce change won't be able to produce surprises; it will be predictable.Do people pronounce affect and effect the same?
Yes, that’s the homophone thing we mentioned earlier. For the most part, people will pronounce affect and effect almost exactly the same. But, every once in awhile, they won’t. If you listen closely, in some cases you’ll be able to hear a slight difference in the first syllable of the two different words.