Not technically. Benevolence is kindness, charity, or good will. One might say that in the aftermath, there was sympathyexpressed by other diplomatic missions. An example of actual benevolence would be the housing of displaced family members in the wake of the attacks.
That is the correct spelling of the adjective "diplomatic" (of a diplomat or diplomacy, or couched in an inoffensive way).
Although I don't completely understand the question, I would say, "I prefer to stay home." That makes it seem like you thought about it.
"How are you" is a correct sentence.
The sentence 'Correct the sentence.' is a correct sentence. The subject is implied 'you'; the verb is 'correct'; the direct object is 'sentence'; and it is a complete thought. These are all the elements required for a complete sentence.
Yes, this sentence is correct.
You are palpitating. This is a correct sentence.
The sentence in the question is correct.
Not all jokes are funny
no_____If the sentence is You do do that (meaning You are in the habit of doing that) the grammar is perfectly correct and the sentence 'does have correct grammar'.
That is the correct spelling of "sentence."
Yes, the sentence is correct.
"You and him" is correct in a sentence such as, "I sent the tickets to you and him," versus a sentence such as, "You and he should send the tickets to me."
Yes, the sentence is correct grammatically. The sentence is The frogs were in the water.
This sentence is grammatically correct.
This sentence is correct.
no it is not a correct sentence.
If you use 'you and he' as the subject of the sentence, it is correct: You and he will meet when we get to the restaurant.
The correct sentence is:You are at war.
Yes, that is a correct sentence.
The sentence, "They are going to the beach." is correct.
This is not a sentence it is a phrase and as a phrase it is correct.
The sentence, 'Can you see if my sentence is correct?', is correct.
No, this is not a correct sentence. The correct one is, there is another beauty in the family.
"What are 5 examples of a correct sentence?" "What are 5 examples of correct sentences?" "What, are 5 examples of corrrect sentences?" "What are the 5 examples?" "What is a correct sentence?"
No - the sentence 'Had never been experience' is not a correct sentence.