Confusing usage words part two

  • anywhere: in, at, or to any place
    I think that we can drive anywhere in this county.
    anywheres: This word does not exist in the English language.

  • as: (conjunction that starts a subordinate clause); (adverb) to the same
    degree, equally. (As is also a preposition.)
    Rex is already as tall as his dad.
    like: (preposition) similar to; resembling in some manner. (Like is also
    an adjective, a verb, and an adverb.)
    He is much like his brother when it comes to helping others.

  • beside: (preposition) by or at the side of; alongside
    Would you be willing to sit beside my sister and me at the graduation
    ceremony?
    besides: (adverb) in addition; as well
    Besides those math problems, what other homework do you have
    tonight?

  • bring: (verb) to move something to a place
    Bring the boxes back to the table.
    take: (verb) to move something away from a place
    Take the boxes to that table.

  • borrow: (verb) to take or receive from another on the provision that it
    will be returned
    May I borrow some money for a few days?
    lend: (verb) to let another use or have
    Could you please lend me a few dollars for the weekend?