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Only A Genius Can Correctly Use “Affect” And “Effect”. Can You?

Only true geniuses and knowledge buffs can correctly use "affect" and "effect!" Do you have the language skills to pass this tricky test? It's time to find out!
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Question 1/12

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Choose the correct sentence:
The plan could take affect next year.
The plan could take effect next year.
They're both correct.

Question 2/12

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Choose the correct sentence:
The teacher resigned with immediate effect.
The teacher resigned with immediate affect.
They're both correct.

Question 3/12

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A hot bath can have a very soothing affect.
A hot bath can have a very soothing effect.
Both are correct.

Question 4/12

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The audience was visibly effected by the play.
The audience was visibly affected by the play.
Both are correct.

Question 5/12

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Choose the correct sentence:
Noise can effect one's test performance.
Noise can affect one's test performance.
Both are correct.

Question 6/12

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The effect of the medicine was impressive.
The affect of the medicine was impressive.
Neither are correct

Question 7/12

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The president effected great change in the process.
The president affected great change in the process.
Both are correct.

Question 8/12

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How does the budget actually affect people?
How long does the budget actually effect people?
Both are correct

Question 9/12

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The speaker used metaphor to great effect.
The speaker used metaphor to great affect.
Neither are correct.

Question 10/12

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The issues at hand effect women.
The issues at hand affect women.
Both are correct.

Question 11/12

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We're going to study the cause and effect of global warming.
We're going to study the cause and affect of global warming.
Both are correct.

Question 12/12

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Choose the correct sentence:
The alcohol began to effect her later in the evening.
The alcohol began to affect her later in the evening.
Neither are correct.

C+, Affect And Effect Flop

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Uh-oh, this quiz proved to be more of a flop than a flourish! You might be able to discern "affect" from "effect" in some sentences, but not all. You'll need to brush up on your grammar before declaring yourself to be true language buff!

B+, Effectively Awesome

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This quiz proved that you are effectively awesome! When it comes to "affect" and "effect," you're totally clued in on proper usage. You'd never confuse the two on purpose and you certainly never let your grammar skills wain!

A+, Effect And Affect Ace

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You are a true "effect" and "affect" ace! It's obvious that you're a total language buff who knows grammar well. You obviously paid attention during your grade school English classes! Go on, brag a little, you've earned it!
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1
Choose the correct sentence:
The plan could take affect next year.
The plan could take effect next year.
They're both correct.
2
Choose the correct sentence:
The teacher resigned with immediate effect.
The teacher resigned with immediate affect.
They're both correct.
3
Choose the correct sentence:
A hot bath can have a very soothing affect.
A hot bath can have a very soothing effect.
Both are correct.
4
Choose the correct sentence:
The audience was visibly effected by the play.
The audience was visibly affected by the play.
Both are correct.
5
Choose the correct sentence:
Noise can effect one's test performance.
Noise can affect one's test performance.
Both are correct.
6
Choose the correct sentence:
The effect of the medicine was impressive.
The affect of the medicine was impressive.
Neither are correct
7
Choose the correct sentence:
The president effected great change in the process.
The president affected great change in the process.
Both are correct.
8
Choose the correct sentence:
How does the budget actually affect people?
How long does the budget actually effect people?
Both are correct
9
Choose the correct sentence:
The speaker used metaphor to great effect.
The speaker used metaphor to great affect.
Neither are correct.
10
Choose the correct sentence:
The issues at hand effect women.
The issues at hand affect women.
Both are correct.
11
Choose the correct sentence:
We're going to study the cause and effect of global warming.
We're going to study the cause and affect of global warming.
Both are correct.
12
Choose the correct sentence:
The alcohol began to effect her later in the evening.
The alcohol began to affect her later in the evening.
Neither are correct.

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