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    Smile How to use the verb "Benefit"

    Hi teacher,

    "benefit' is a frequent appeared word, I am fuzzy on using it, like who benefit from who, who is benefited from what.

    how can i master it beautifully?

    Thanks,
    Richard

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    Re: How to use the verb "Benefit"

    As a verb, benefit means to help.

    The flowers will benefit from a good rain.

    As a noun, a benefit can be an event that helps people.

    A benefit was held to help the flood victims.

    or it can be a program that helps

    He receives medical benefits from the government.

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