He knows German and Italian _____ Arabic.

A. Beside
B. Besides
C. Except
D. With

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Besides


Detail About MCQs

“Besides” is used to indicate in addition to, as well as, or apart from. In this context, it suggests that the person knows German and Italian in addition to Arabic.

“Beside” is a preposition indicating next to or at the side of, which is not the intended meaning of this sentence.

“Except” implies exclusion and is not suitable for expressing knowledge of languages in this context.

“With” does not convey the intended meaning of knowing languages in addition to Arabic. 

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