Can anybody explains how to use beside and besides please? I have hard time understanding when to use both.
Hello Luciana and thank you for your question.
Regarding your question...
Beside is used as a preposition meaning “at the side of” or “next to.”
Whereas besides is used in a similar manner as a preposition meaning “in addition to” or “apart from.”
The bank is beside the cinema.
He had two cats besides three dogs