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Effecting vs. Affecting

Effecting

Affecting something can produce effects.

Of course, one can have affectations, too.

Both can be a noun or a verb, but generally affect is the verb, effect is the noun.

One Response to "Effecting vs. Affecting"

  1. "effect" is also a verb, and it may just fit in with that caption, too.

    effect –verb (used with object)
    to produce as an effect; bring about; accomplish; make happen: The new machines finally effected the transition to computerized accounting last spring.

    (source: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Effect)


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