Affect vs. effect. Jelena Basta firstname.lastname@example.org. to affect ( ∂ ’ fekt ). AFFECT (verb) = to have an influence, to influence ( UTICATI NA, POGODITI, ZADESITI ) Seeing thin models affects a young girl's self image. An earthquake affected Japan two years ago.
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Seeing thin models affects a young girl's self image.
An earthquake affected Japan two years ago.
NO preposition ON after ‘affect’ !!!
Seeing thin models affects ON a young girl's self image.
An earthquake affected ON Japan two years ago.
Boycotts havean effect ON company profits.
Loss of profits will have an effectON company managers.
to have an effect ON sth.
cause and effect – uzrokiposledica
the effect OF sth. ON sth.
IN effect – in essence (u suštini)
to come/go INTO effect – stupitinasnagu, postatipunovažan, pravosnažan
take effect – dati rezultate
to the effect - to the extent – do te mere
personal effects – lične stvari, lična svojina
REMEMBER THESE EXPRESSIONS!!!
Typical adjectives that
precede the noun “effect”:
beneficial - koristan
cumulative - kumulativni
damaging - štetan
detrimental - poguban
knock-on – sekundarni, domino
side – sporedni, nus
A side effect – nus pojava
An adverse effect – neželjeno, negativno dejstvo
A knock-on effekt – domino efekat
A profound effect – dalekosežno dejstvo
A cumulative effect – kumulativno dejstvo (poput onog koje ima dugoročno uzimanje droga i nekih lekova)
e.g. Drugs have a cumulative ___________ on human beings.
If you see some of the above-mentioned adjectives, add the noun “effect”.
TO EFFECT (verb) -to make something happen
- to carry out
- sprovesti, izvršiti, obaviti
TO EFFECT a decision
AND, many other words! The list is not exhaustive.
First, identify the TENSE, and then decide which word you will need.
Observe prepositions or typical adjectives and phrases which might help you.
Always think about the meaning of the sentence.
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