effect or affect
when to use 'effected' or 'affected'?
Typically, I follow the rule that affect is a verb and effect is a noun.
But affect as a noun means: A feeling of emotion as distinguished from cognition, thought or action (accent on the first syl.: AF-fekt). Source: 6,000 Soundalikes, Look-alikes, and other Words Often Confused, compiled by Mary Louise Gilman
Don't mean to confuse the issue.
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