Prepositions BESIDES and EXCEPT



Prepositions BESIDES and EXCEPT :



BESIDES and EXCEPT

Very often, these words are confused.

BESIDES indicates plus. ( + )
EXCEPT indicates minus. (-)
BESIDES includes.
EXCEPT excludes.

EXCEPT is not including.
EXCEPT is leaving out.
EXCEPT is but not.

1. Everyone was tired except me.
2. Everyone except me was tired.
3. I can take my holidays at any time except in May.
4. Besides three dosais, he also ate six idlis.
5. I like all drinks except beer.
6. I do not like beer.











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