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  1. The premise of the question is that everything has causal relationships. In the question, the word “this” indicates the cause, and the word “what” asks for an effect that may affect the questioner. The question is intended to protect the questioner from actions whose consequences will not benefit him (they will not affect him or will affect him negatively).

  2. What-what are the pros, privileges , advantages, and benefits,
    This is what was proposed before the question arose, the conditions that were voiced, the suggestions that were made
    to me-how everything that was proposed will affect me.
    Bottom line: what advantages, privileges, advantages will your offer, your conditions give ME?

    How do I benefit from this?

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