Meaning: in addition; besides.
Plural of Else
- in addition
Else as a Singular Noun in Example Sentences:
- Is there something else I can help you with?
- I need to buy some milk. Do we need else?
- She finished her work and had nothing else to do.
- Let’s go to the park. Where would you like to go else?
- I can’t find my keys. Did you put them somewhere else?
- He doesn’t like coffee, but what else can I offer him?
- I bought some groceries, but we need bread and eggs else.
- I’ve read all the books on the shelf. What else should I read?
- She was busy with work and had no time for anything else.
- The party was canceled. We have to think of something else to do.
Else as a Plural Noun in Example Sentences:
- I need to pack my clothes and everything else.
- They brought snacks, drinks, and everything else for the party.
- The hotel provided towels, toiletries, and everything else we needed.
- The team won the championship, leaving everyone else in disappointment.
- She finished her tasks and helped with everything else.
- The store was out of bread, eggs, and everything else on my list.
- They had decorations, music, and everything else for the event.
- The company provided laptops, software, and everything else for the employees.
- We brought our swimsuits, towels, and everything else for the beach.
- The package contained clothes, shoes, and everything else she had ordered.
Singular Possessive of Else
The singular possessive form of “Else” is “Else’s”.
Examples of Singular Possessive Form of Else:
- The responsibility for the outcome is else’s.
- Can I ask for else’s opinion on this matter?
- The success of the project lies with else’s expertise.
- Else’s perspective provides a fresh insight.
- I’m curious about else’s approach to problem-solving.
- Else’s dedication to the task is commendable.
- Can I discuss the details with else’s assistant?
- The decision rests on else’s judgment.
- Else’s contribution to the team is invaluable.
- Else’s involvement brings a different skillset to the table.
Plural Possessive of Else
The plural possessive form of “Else” is “Elses'”.
Examples of Plural Possessive Form of Else:
- The responsibility for the outcomes lies with elses’.
- Can I gather opinions from various elses’ on this matter?
- The success of the projects depends on elses’ contributions.
- What are the perspectives of different elses’ in the organization?
- The diversity of elses’ approaches enriches the decision-making process.
- Elses’ dedication to their respective roles is commendable.
- Can we delegate specific tasks to the elses’ in the team?
- The outcomes are subject to elses’ approval.
- Elses’ input and expertise enhance the overall outcome.
- Elses’ involvement brings a variety of skills and experiences.
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Last updated on June 9th, 2023 at 08:51 pm