Else means other or more after:
Somebody, someone, something, somewhere; anybody/one/thing/where; everybody/one/thing/where; nobody/one/thing/where; who, what, why, when, where, how; whatever, whenever etc; little; much
- What else have you got to do?
- Would you like anything else?
- I am sorry. I mistook you for somebody else.
Note that else comes immediately after the word it modifies.
Else has a possessive form elses.
- You are wearing somebody elses coat.
Each and every
East, eastern, south, southern etc New!
Either and neither
Elder and eldest
End and finish
Especially and specially
Except and except for
Exchange for and exchange with
Ex and former
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