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Hey Friends i would like to know the exact difference between the "Effect" and "Affect" and "Raise" and "Rise". plzz explain indetail . its always a bit confusing. plzz some one help me.
sincerely urs
Raja15
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I'm afraid I don't know to insert links. (Can anyone tell me how to insert one?)

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There is Big Difference Between This two words So Try to look it 4 dic.
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"Effect" is a noun, whereas "affect" is a verb. For example:

Mary's denial had no EFFECT on Bob's suspicions.

Stress can AFFECT Bob's ability to think clearly.

To "raise" is to lift or elevate something other than youself, while to "rise" is to lift or elevate yourself.
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Raise is transitive; rise is intransitive.

e.g. He raises his children all by himself.

e.g. The sun rises.
Julielai, can you please tell me how to insert a link?

Thanks.
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Hi, Praveen,
Do you want to insert a link (I don't know how to do that!), or a "view post"?
<***=*"INSERT LINK HERE">NAME OF LINK

Instructions:
1. Take out all the asterisks.
2. Replace "insert link here" with your url.
3. Replace "name of link" with whatever you want to call it (like "view post #12345")

Hope that helps
Julie,
When you say "insert link", do you mean with http and all?
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