Note: Description added on August 23 2010
More too much text. Hey, it’s Delia’s parents back in England. How nice. How normal.
1st panel, “effected” should be replaced with “affected”.
should be Affected, not effected. Love the comic, just spotted a common mistake, and I thought you’d like to know. Good work!
No, effected is correct. Affect is for emotions, not consequences and decisions. You are effected by a wind but affected by art.
that’s what I thought!
Well as a general rule you would use affect as a verb, and effect as a noun. Any cases where you would use effect as a verb (and in this case it is used correctly) could in general use affect instead. Affect can definitely be used for consequences and decisions, it’s just slightly less specific when used as a verb than effect.
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