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Reply to "The use of 'are' followed by of"

Hi Ahmed, Hussein, and David

Thank you for your answers. @David : I found the sentence in a dissertation of a PhD student. The complete sentence is like the following:

'The positive externalities and non-financial are overlooked by students and institutions at their consideration, yet these benefits are of important values and needed by society and the students themselves'.

My next question is:

Is there a specific condition where the sentence: 'are of important values' needed  rather than these benefits have important values? what about the sentence like "  This may be of your interest', why not this may be your interest.

Thank you

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