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  • what's the difference between beside?

  • And besides, that's what Sanjay from India wants to know.

  • And that's what we're doing on this learners question now beside me.

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  • Okay, beside is a proposition, and it means at the side off next to or by try and remember it like this B side.

  • Get it, for example.

  • The school is just down the road beside the station beside can also mean compared to, and we use it to compare people and things almost a ziff.

  • We are putting them next to each other and checking them, for example.

  • Her latest book is quite boring.

  • Beside her last one.

  • Beside is also used in the expression beside the point.

  • This means that the thing that someone is talking about is not relevant to this particular topic, or discussion, you often hear people say that is beside the point.

  • For example, the CEO is planned for the company is beside the point.

  • It is his rude behavior that we're talking about now.

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  • Now Forbis Sides with an S besides is also a proposition.

  • And it means as well as or in addition to, for example, what else are you studying besides English?

  • Or besides a broken leg?

  • He lost three teeth in the car crash.

  • Besides, can also be an adverb, meaning the same thing in addition to or as well as it's often used to introduce an afterthought, which is something that somebody thinks off after they have made their main point.

  • For example, as a candidate, she has all of the relevant qualifications and experience.

  • Besides, we need more women at upper management level in this company.

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what's the difference between beside?

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A2 初級

横に」と「他に」-学習者の質問 (‘Beside’ or ‘besides’?- Learners' Questions)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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