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Come into effect #1 (permalink) Thu May 12, 2005 7:09 am   Come into effect
 

Test No. incompl/inter-65 "How to ask a question", question 6

We should be delighted to find out when the new scheme comes into ..........

(a) affect
(b) effect
(c) infect
(d) confect

Test No. incompl/inter-65 "How to ask a question", answer 6

We should be delighted to find out when the new scheme comes into effect.

Correct answer: (b) effect

Your answer was: incorrect
We should be delighted to find out when the new scheme comes into confect.
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why effect?
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Come into effect #2 (permalink) Thu May 12, 2005 10:42 am   Come into effect
 

If something comes into effect, it becomes valid.

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Come into effect #3 (permalink) Mon Jan 03, 2011 16:14 pm   Come into effect
 

Hello,

Can I give an other sentence:
The new seat-belt regulations came into effect last week.

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Come into effect #4 (permalink) Thu Oct 27, 2011 13:35 pm   Come into effect
 

Hi Alan,
Could you please let me know the different between affect and effect? How do I use affect or effect correctly in the sentence? Thanks
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