Beside Versus Besides
Beside means next to while besides means in addition to.
1. Five boys (beside, besides) Johnny went to the gym.
2. Clarita sits (beside, besides) me in my physics class.
3. (Beside, Besides) physical injury, the suspect was also charged with trespassing.
4. Will you please stand (beside, besides) my son while he is singing?
5. Professor Dela Cruz teaches Philosophy (beside, besides) Anthropology.
Few Versus Less
Few is used only with countable nouns while less is used with noncountable nouns.
1. Marge spends (few, less) time on her garden.
2. My mother bought (few, less) pencils.
3. (Few, Less) sugar is added to the rice cake.
4. Always put (few, less) salt to your cooking.
5. His wallet contains (few, less) dollars.
Besides vs Besides
Few vs Less