as well as, apart from, besides, in addition to

sudakapregunton

Senior Member
spanish
Hi everybody... are those words interchangable? Can I use all of them in questions, denials or afirmations?

a- What else do you do besides working as a cab driver?
b- What else do you do for a living as well as working as a cab driver?
c- What else do you do apart from working as a cab driver?
d- What else do you do in addition to working as a cab driver?

a- Besides driving a cab... I run my own businees
b- I run my own business as well as driving a cab
c- Apart from driving a cab, I run my own business
d- In adittion to driving a cab... I run my own business

Which one of those are right? Thanks in advance
 
  • woodruff.jack

    Member
    English - USA
    All are correct except for Question B - "What else do you do for a living as well as working as a cab driver?"

    This is awkward, nobody would use it. But the other three questions and all four answers are correct and natural sounding.
     
    < Previous | Next >
    Top