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Unit 2 Lesson 11

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Unit 2 Lesson 11
Effect
Almost always a noun

Meanings:
1. Something brought about by a cause.
Getting grounded was the effect of his missing curfew.

2. Power to influence or produce an outcome.
The effects of the advil should be felt within 20 minutes.

3. A scientific law, hypothesis, or phenomenon.
The Greenhouse Effect is the rise in temperature that the Earth experiences as a result of natural gases.
Affect
Always a verb

Meanings:
1. To have an influence on
Your participation affects your overall grade.

2. To respond to the emotions of
He refused to let his girlfriend's attitude affect him.

3. To attack or infect, as in a disease
High cholesterol can affect the heart.
Uses
Lie
Lie means "to rest" OR "to mislead"
I lie down on the couch after work.
I lie to my parents when I don't do well on a test.
Do Now
Write the word of the day in your dictionary

Respond to the following question in your binder.
A New Jersey toll collector is suing her company after being told that she may not say "God bless you" to customers as they are driving through. Do you think this is fair? Explain why or why not. How does this relate back to culture?
Monday, October 6
Lay
Lay means "to put" and always takes on a direct object
I lay the baby down in the crib
I lay my clothes gently in the suitcase
Present Tense
Past Tense Past Participle Present Partciple
Lie Lied Have lied Is lying
(untruth)


Lay Laid Have laid Is laying



Lie Lay Have lain Is lying
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