Are both sentences OK? Or, what would you say?
The drug has made its effect on me.
The drug's effect has diminished.
Sep 14, 2019 11:15 AM
Answers · 2
The drug has made its effect on me. (No)
The drug is having an effect on me.
The drug is affecting me.
I am under the effect of the drug.
The drug’s effect has diminished. (Ok)
The drug is wearing off. (More natural)
September 14, 2019
For the first one, you should say: "the drug has HAD its effect on me" (the effect may still be present)
The second sentence is fine, and you could also say: "The drug's effect is wearing off"
/"has worn off"(if it's completely gone)