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    Smile confusing verbs

    i need to know different between biside and bisides.

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    Re: confusing verbs

    beside/next to
    Ex: The table is beside the wall.

    besides/aside from (that information)/in addition to (that info)
    Ex: It's too late to go to the movies. Besides (that information), we don't have enough money to pay for the tickets.

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