I'm not a native English speaker. I'd like to ask a question about the usage of "benefit" in its verb form.
For example, "The device comprises A, B and C. It benefits to be light and thin."
The usage of benefit like this...Is it sounds weird or wrong on it's grammar??
Because I think "benefit" in it's intransitive form means "derive sth good from", the usage like this may be grammatically wrong?
It would be appreciated if someone could answer this question <(_ _)>