Posts Tagged With: Grammar

Affect, Infect, Effect

Infect, Affect, Effect Affect: To act or impress upon. This is a verb. Example:  How does the rainy weather affect your mood? Infect: Affects the condition or situation. Example: Affected with a disease or an infectious giggle. Effect: The cause or result of an action. This is a noun. Example: Side effects of a medication, … Continue reading »

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Affluence, Influence or Effluence

Affluence, Influence or Effluence Do you know the difference? Affluence: Denotes Money, wealth, prestige, abundance. Influence: Bring pressure to bear, to affect change. Effluence: Deals with the movement of fluid dynamics. The process of the flow.

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Everyday vs Every Day

What’s the difference? Everyday: denotes the ordinary, the average. My everyday clothes vs special occasion outfit. Every  Day: Means every single day. As in ” this happens every  single  day”- a regular daily occurrence-” I read the newspaper every  day. It’s easier to remember the difference if you say it Everyday (one word) vs  Every  … Continue reading »

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