Beneficial is an adjective.
Beneficial is itself an adjective.
The word 'beneficial' is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. Example use:This is a beneficial program for our department.
The word beneficial is an adjective, a word that describes a noun; for example, a beneficial legacy. The noun form for the adjective beneficial is beneficialness; a verb form is to benefit.
The word beneficial is an adjective. It means helpful to someone.
Beneficial is an adjective, the noun form is benefit, and the plural noun is benefits.
The correct spelling of the adjective is "helpful" (beneficial).
No, it is an adjective. The adverb form is beneficially.
No, it is an adjective meaning beneficial or advantageous. The noun form is favor.
The noun form for the adjective 'beneficial' is benefit.
Non salutaris is the Latin equivalent of 'non beneficial'. In the word by word translation, the adverb 'non' means 'not'. The adjective 'salutaris' means 'helpful'.