"the temperature effect" or "the effect of temperature"


what is the difference between "the temperature/pressure/heating effect" and "the effect of temperature/pressure/heating" ?

grammar asked Dec 25 '13 at 05:48 Delak New member

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They mean the same thing.  Either way, temperature (or presssure or heating) modifies effect.  In context, one might work better than the other.  Here is another example:


My favorite ... or ... a favorite of mine


My favorite color is red.


The color red is a favorite of mine.

link comment answered Dec 25 '13 at 11:43 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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