01. The state of the American economy has a great [effect] on the financial situation here in Mexico.
02. Our economy has been [affected] a great deal by the Asian economic crisis.
03. Global warming has had a significant [effect] on our climate over the last few years.
04. The new anti-smoking regulations [affect] everyone because smokers in all public buildings must now go outside to have a cigarette.
05. Many parents worry about the [effect] that violent lyrics in rap music may have on their teenage children.
06. The [effect] of his music is quite soothing.
07. I think your essay would be more [effective] if you made it shorter, and more direct.
08. The right-wing political parties in our country have been quite [effective] in promoting their big business agenda.
09. His parents' divorce had a negative [effect] on his ability to trust people in relationships.
10. Scientists have discovered that there is a traditional Chinese herbal remedy which is more [effective] against certain kinds of malaria than modern medicines.
11. Ralph Waldo Emerson once noted that life is a perpetual instruction in cause and [effect].
12. Scientists say that apples are more [effective] at keeping people awake in the morning than coffee.
13. Studies have shown that eating chocolate has no [effect] on the development of pimples.
14. The [effectiveness] of any medical treatment depends in part on how useful you expect it to be.
15. Someone once observed that more often than not, a gentle approach to resolving conflicts and attacks is the most [effective].
16. In 1919, Prohibition took [effect] in America, forbidding the sale or manufacture of alcohol for the next thirteen years.
17. Control of pollutants at the source is the most [effective] strategy for maintaining clean indoor air.
18. In 1795, slaves on Grenada rose up in a violent rebellion, [effectively] taking control of the island from the British.
19. A recent study found that moods influence how [effectively] people accomplish tasks together.
20. A leader must be able to communicate [effectively] in order to be successful.
21. A proper essay addresses its writing task in an [effective] manner.
22. Ground motion is the primary [effect] of an earthquake.
23. The last ice age had a profound [effect] upon the settlement patterns of man.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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