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    Is this sentence correct

    Change for the betterment is always welcome.

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    Re: Is this sentence correct

    "for the better"

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    Re: Is this sentence correct

    Correct, Dave.

    Bit3034, 'betterment' means 'improvement' and is used like this:

    ''Anything that we can do that we feel is to the betterment of the organization we're going to continue to look at.''
    (Chicago Sun Times)

    Rover

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