bonus


bonus
01. Going skiing is always fun, so being able to go with my best friend is an added [bonus].
02. John got a [bonus] of $500 at work because he was the top salesman of the month.
03. You must get at least 63 points in order to get the [bonus] 35 points.
04. This bottle of shampoo has a small bottle of conditioner with it as a free [bonus].
05. I didn't expect to get paid for helping them move, so anything they give me is a [bonus].
06. If you buy this incredible new exercise machine today, we'll throw in a 200-page workout guide as a [bonus], at no extra cost.
07. Yumiko said that in many Japanese companies, workers get a [bonus] worth up to three or four months salary at the end of the year.
08. The top-selling retailing outlet each year will receive [bonuses] of 25% for each of the employees.
09. Our desserts, apart from their delicious taste and all-natural ingredients, have the added [bonus] of containing 30% less fat than regular desserts.
10. Our teacher always gives us [bonus] points on our assignments for neatness and organization.
11. We all went out for supper last night because my dad got a big [bonus] at work.
12. The workers can get a productivity [bonus] if they surpass the minimum production level.
13. My new job is really enjoyable, and as an added [bonus], it pays much better than my old one.

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