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    #1

    improvement efforts

    "advantages of improvement efforts."

    Is the above correct?

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    Re: improvement efforts

    That sounds correct in itself, but I would have to hear the whole sentence to really make a decision on that particular phrase.


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    Re: improvement efforts

    Here are the advantages derived from the improvement efforts.

    Is it correct?

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    Re: improvement efforts

    How about 'benefits'? In your example there's nothing to compare to show an advantage.

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