Ignore errors of punctuation, if any ? The conversation with her (A) mother had a more profound (B) affect on her (C) than (D) she expected (E) No error
Read the sentence to determine if there is any grammatical error in it. Choose the letter corresponding to the part that contains the error. Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any ? The conversation with her
A. mother had a more profound
B. affect on her
D. she expected.
Answer : B. affect on her
- The correct noun for this meaning is spelled "effect." "Affect" when it is a noun means mood or emotional state
- E.g. "The experience had a harmful effect on her, but it did not affect her brother the same way." "…her mother" (A) is correctly not capitalized as it is a noun, not a name/proper noun (e.g. "Hello, Mother.") and the other options are correct.