Beside or besides?

He sat ____ (beside/besides) me. Which one is correct? Thank you.
10 years ago
Asked 10 years ago
Thuy Dung

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The correct answer is: He sat beside me. + Beside (preposition)= next to Ex: He sat beside me = He sat next to me. + Besides (preposition, adverb) = in addition to, moreover. Ex: Were you there besides Tom and Brown? (-> preposition: in addition to) He runs very fast; besides, he plays tennis very well. (-> adverb: moreover)
Answered 10 years ago
Marry

Thank you for your explanation.
Answered 10 years ago
Tu Be De

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