Beneficially is an adverb (a word that modifies a verb). "She acted on our behalf." "She acted beneficially on our behalf." "Beneficially" modifies how she acted.
No, it is an adjective. The adverb form is beneficially.
The noun benefit is the root word of the adverb beneficially. An example of this word used in a sentence might be, "The medication effected his headache beneficially."
destroy crops and kill animal
owned means when you beat someone at something like a game
Beneficially... (with adjectives all you may have to do is add -LY)
An adjective of benefit is beneficial.An adverb of benefit is beneficially.
There are probably no Black controlled major cruise lines. However, Blacks own shares of major cruise lines both directly and beneficially. The extent of ownership can't be known because it is illegal to collect such information
It just means that the place that is for rent is owned by a real estate broker. They have to tell you that it is broker owned.
When a company say's "australian owned," it means the company is owned by australians. the same goes for food and leisure.
a corporate owed home is owned by a corporation to help relocation of employees.
If you mean King Soopers, then yes, it is owned by the Kroger Co. If you mean King's super markets, then no it is not owned by Kroger
The adverb of benefit is beneficially. The adjective is beneficial and the noun is beneficialness. Benefits is noun and has no adverb.
There are many types of vitamins that are beneficially to the skin. Vitamin A is found in healthy, soft skin.
Every country belongs to a continent. Perhaps you mean which continent is not owned by a country, in which case the answer is Antarctica.
no they are not I mean look at walmart
you mean microsoft?
A place that is owned by another country
that there are private companies owned by people, and not the government.
Previously owned Or sweep hand on a clock