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    Lightbulb in favour of or for the benefit of

    Hi

    I would like to know which of the two sentences is more correct


    United States intervened
    in favour of some of its allied regimes

    Or

    United States intervened for the benefit of some of its allied regimes

    Thank you in advance

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    Re: in favour of or for the benefit of

    Quote Originally Posted by sseif View Post
    Hi

    I would like to know which of the two sentences is more correct


    The United States intervened
    in favour of some of its allied regimes.

    Or

    The United States intervened for the benefit of some of its allied regimes.

    Thank you in advance
    They are both correct sentences with the additions I have made..

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