Affect vs Effect Quiz

Affect vs. Effect

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Affect and Effect can both take the form of a noun or a verb, but most often you will want to use “affect” as a verb, meaning “to produce a material influence upon or alteration in” and “effect” as a noun meaning “a change that results when something is done or happens.” Usually, something “affects” something to produce an “effect.”

 

Affect vs Effect Quiz

 

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Quiz Answers

1. Directions: Choose the correct word in parentheses. A smile could (affect/effect)  how they treat you.

  • affect
  • effect

2. The … of missing a class was being assigned Saturday detention.

  • affect
  • effect

3. How does eating too many carbohydrates … your weight?

  • affect
  • effect

4. Not doing your homework will negatively … your grade.

  • affect
  • effect

5. Most students don’t realize that their actions … other’s feelings.

  • affect
  • effect

6. The rain will probably have a negative _________ on the outdoor party we were planning to have today.

  • affect
  • effect

7. The fire at the chemical plant will ___________ the quality of the air in that location.

  • affect
  • effect

8. How do you think the earlier school start time will _______ the students?

  • affect
  • effect

9. The outcome of tonight’s football game ______ whether the team will move on to the playoffs.

  • affects
  • effects

10. One possible ___________ of drinking caffeine at a young age is delayed growth.

  • affect
  • effect

11. Lanie is worried that the construction on I-45 will ___________ her drive to work in the morning.

  • affect
  • effect

12. Increased car accidents are a possible _________ of texting while driving.

  • affect
  • effect

13. The time change will __________ the toddler’s sleep schedule.

  • affect
  • effect

14. Eating before swimming is not known to cause any harmful ___________ although many people still observe the rule of waiting 30 minutes before getting back in to the pool.

  • affects
  • effects

15. The ______ of the storm was downed power lines and flooding.

  • effect
  • affect

16. The effect is a (an)

  • noun
  • verb
  • adverb
  • adjective

17. The effect is a (an)

  • noun
  • verb
  • adverb
  • adjective

18. Affect means…..

  • to influence something
  • the result of something
  • to ruin something
  • to stop something

19. Effect means…..

  • the outcome of an event
  • to influence something
  • to create something
  • to destroy

20. The movie _____ my views on life.

  • affected
  • effected

21. The _____ of the war was only death.

  • effect
  • affect

22. The _____ of the garden was more fresh food.

  • effect
  • affect

23. Going back in time and changing something _____ history.

  • affects
  • effects

24. Reading has positive _____.

  • effects
  • affects

25. My mood can ____ my thinking.

  • affect
  • effect

26. What is the synonym of Affect?

  • Influence
  • result
  • upshot
  • outcome

27. What word is a synonym of Effect?

  • move
  • Modify
  • transform
  • outcome

28. My little brother’s choice to put Crazy Glue on my iPhone 8 had a negative _____ on his favorite stuffed bear.

  • Affect
  • Effect

29. Justin’s lunch had a negative ______________on his stomach. After all, twelve beefsteaks, a cheesecake, a pancake, and two pitted prunes are bound to ______________________ his system.

  • effect/effect
  • affect/affect
  • effect/affect
  • affect/affect

30. His years of smoking have negatively _______ his health.

  • affected
  • effected

31. Does body image __ self-worth?

  • affect
  • effect

32. Ninety percent of women say that advertising their opinion of beauty.

  • affects
  • effects

33. Gossip effects a person’s reputation.

  • Correct
  • Incorrect

34. It can have a damaging effect on the victim’s personal relationships with others.

  • Correct
  • Incorrect

35. In affect, the person becomes reliant of this form of “entertainment”.

  • Correct
  • Incorrect

Terms and Answers to Learn

Wars … everybody, and their destructive effects last for generations.
affect
Television has a strong … on public opinion.
effect
My mood can … my thinking, too.
affect
I see that you’re trying to … apathy, but I know that you really do care.
affect
Falling on my head had a bad … on my memory.
effect
His years of smoking have negatively … his health.
affected
This plan will surely … significant improvements in our productivity.
effect
* The patient shows normal … and appears to be psychologically stable.
affect
The principal’s new rules … the school.
affected
Supply and demand have a direct … on the prices of commodities.
effect
The … of the speech was visible on the faces of the sleeping audience.
effect
He’s just trying to seem cool; his indifference is completely … .
affected
We may never know the full … of the radiation leak.
effect
The early frost will … the crops.
affect
What kind of … can this quiz have on your dinner tonight?
effect

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