Grammar Lesson: Beside vs. besides

Beside vs. besides. Beside means ““close to”” or ““by the side of.””Example:
“”Keep your briefcase beside you.”

Besides means ““in addition to.” Example: “”Besides your briefcase, you
will need to bring only a pad of paper.””

 

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