We have another winner. In Grammar Quiz #4, Garrison was the first to point out that ‘effect’ and ‘affect’ should be switched. Right on. Congratulations on your sharp eye.
Here’s a way to remember which goes where. Think VANE. Verb–Affect, Noun–Effect. In our example, his headache was affected, that was the desired effect.
Grammar Quiz #5
Can you spot the glaring grammatical error in this sentence?
“The inn still serves a typical Hunt Breakfast, replete with the trimmings of a traditional English buffet.”