Research in the work place reveals that people work for many reasons..............
A Beside money
B Besides money
The answer here is B but why can't I use A? I thought "beside" is an adverb? And even if it's a verb, isn't "many reasons" plural?
Here, "besides" is a preposition meaning "apart from", "other than".
"I have no way of making money besides the dishwashing job".
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