English vocabulary - Affect VS. Effect

I made an infographic explaining the difference between affect and effect. I tweeted this on my Twitter account but I thought it would be a good blog post and I could give you some more examples. Here it is!

Some more tips for using affect and effect.
Remember that the noun “effect” often will follow an article (“an effect,” “the effect”) or an adjective (“negative effect,” “positive effect”).  
"Rising oil prices will have an effect on nearly everyone."
Affect is most commonly used as a verb so it can be used in the past (affected), future (will affect) or continuous (BE affecting) form. Effect is most commonly used as a noun so these forms are not used.
"This new software is affecting the performance my laptop."
"A few people lost their jobs in the bad economy, but luckily my company was not affected."

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