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The correct way to say that is, he sat beside her.
I sat beside my best friend waiting to see the nit nurse at school.
A noun or a verb. 'I sat beside the brook to eat my Sandwiches' (noun). 'I will brook no interference in my affairs' (verb).
It can be both. Examples: Jim leaned his can beside his chair. Beside the front door sat an ornate lion statue. Jill was beside herself with worry. Besides Mary, Tom and Gina attended the party. "Besides," Charlene quipped, "I wouldn't want to go to her party anyway!"
Little Miss Muffet. it is a nursery rhyme, little miss muffet sat on a tuffet eating her curds and whey, there came a big spider, who sat beside her, and frightened miss muffet away!
"To June who Loved this garden From Joseph, who always sat beside her."
For June who loved this garden from Joseph who always sat beside her.
A spider. Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet, Eating her curds and whey. There came a big spider, He sat down beside her. And frightened Miss Muffet away!
You meet him in person in New Haven, he's sat beside a vehicle near the New-U station.
Little mis muffet sat on her tuffet eating her curds and wheys thean along came a spider who sat down beside her and frightened miss muffet away