Affect vs Effect
Don’t let the differences between affect and effect boggle your brain.
Affect is usually a verb.
Simply put, affect means to impact on or influence.
For example, “The snow affected the traffic.”
Effect is usually a noun.
Simply put, effect means a result or outcome.
For example, “I love coffee, the effect is amazing!”
Want to remember the difference?
Affect with an A is an Action.
Effect with an E is an End-result.