01. One of the [benefits] of studying English in Boston is that you have the opportunity to speak English outside of class.
02. Learning English has been very [beneficial] to my career.
03. There are many [benefits] to a good diet.
04. The changes in the program could be to our [benefit].
05. The government is offering more programs which [benefit] low income families.
06. The concert was a [benefit] to raise money for a young boy who had to have an expensive operation.
07. Some doctors suggest that taking vitamin pills is not really very [beneficial] to our health.
08. Hockey goalies in the first half of the century had to stop shots without the [benefit] of a mask to protect their face.
09. There is a Vietnamese proverb which says to never forget [benefits] done you, regardless how small.
10. Euripides once noted that there is no [benefit] in the gifts of a bad man.
11. Hippocrates once advised that a wise man should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings, and learn how, by his own thought, to derive [benefit] from his illnesses.
12. We get good [benefits] in this job, including medical, dental, and pension.
13. Deductions for your portion of your [benefits] will appear on your mid-month check.
14. The union has negotiated a number of [benefits] for the employees, including a raise in holiday pay.
15. In order to [benefit] from aerobic exercise, you need to work hard enough to increase your heart rate.
16. In 1969, a leading American surgeon claimed that for the majority of people, the use of tobacco has a [beneficial] effect.
17. No one is too old to enjoy the [benefits] of regular physical activity.
18. In return for the high taxes they pay, the people of Denmark receive many social and welfare [benefits] from the government.
19. The Dalai Lama once stated that when we cultivate compassion, the primary [beneficiary] is really ourselves.
20. A proper diet offers many [benefits], such as improved health and a sense of well-being.
21. The [beneficiaries] of his will include children from both of his marriages.
22. You have obviously [benefited] from living in an English-speaking country while studying the language.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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