Please suppose an employee has proved himself as a very valuable and hardworking talent in a particular field such as computer networking within his 5-year presence at a company. Because of some reasons, he decides to quit the team.
When it comes to say goodbye, the boss calls him and says:
- You have ............ a lot of positive things by associating with the team and now you can work independently and even incorporate your own company. I wish you every success in your future career.
I would appreciate it if you could let me know whether all the following choices work naturally in the sentence bellow or not. If not, which one and why:
According to the dictionary definitions, they all should work properly, but another question is that supposing that all of them work in this particular case, whether each one of them cause any difference in the general meaning of the sentence or not.
Bringing up this question, I was going to discover the semantic nuances between the listed words above.