Roleset id: benefit.01 , give advantage to, Source: , vncls: , framnet: benefit.01: BENEFIT-V NOTES: The"benefited from"construction is by far the more common, but itseems right to leave the"entity benefiting"in the Arg1/"patient"position, even if this means having many Arg0-from annotations. (from benefit.01-v) BENEFIT-N NOTES: Based on verb entry benefit.01. No corresponding entry in VN. (from benefit.01-n) BENEFICIAL-J NOTES: Based on BOLT P01 instances. (from beneficial.01-j)
Arg1-PPT: benefactive, given-to
Example: normal order
Mr. Edelman declined to specify what prompted the recent moves, saying [they]-1 are meant only *trace*-1 to benefit shareholders when ``the company is on a roll.''
ArgM-TMP: when ``the company is on a roll
Example: agent in PP
The Continental Baking business benefited from higher margins on bread and on increased cake sales, it added.
Arg1: The Continental Baking business
Arg0: from higher margins on bread and on increased cake sales
Selling such assets had an overriding public benefit .
Arg0: Selling such assets
Example: All arguments
The benefit to consumers from the use of informative credit reports is demonstrated by showing the improvement in credit decisions.
Arg1: to consumers
Arg0: from the use of informative credit reports
Example: All args
person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns
I would like to add that the course was beneficial to me in a personal, spiritual, and professional way.
Arg0: the course
Arg1: to me
Argm-mnr: in a personal, spiritual, and professional way