Tutor profile: Melissa C.
How does affect differ from effect?
To affect is to influence. The effect is the result of a scenario. So, you can have affect and effect in the same sentence. I was most effected by the minister's attempt to affect the congregation to attend Bible study.
What was the most common recurring theme in American literature in the early 19th century?
The most common recurring theme was that of realism, such as examples of rural life or industrialization.
The first bus took twenty-three minutes to complete the route, which ran from City Hall to East 13th Street in under a half an hour. 1. NO CHANGE 2. in the completion of its route. 3. in twenty-six minutes. 4. DELETE 'in under a half an hour' and end the sentence with a period.
This question's issue is redundancy. Twenty-three minutes is under a half hour, so the correct answer would be 4, because 'in under a half and hour' is redundant due to the time mentioned in the beginning of the sentence.
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