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    She has to work on her own

    Dear teachers,
    Could you please tell me what "She has to work on her own" means? Does it mean that "She has to do her job herself" or "She has to do her own job"?
    How many different ways do you have to express the fact "She has to do her own job"?
    Thank you very much.
    Have a nice day.
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    Re: She has to work on her own

    Quote Originally Posted by hanky View Post
    Dear teachers,
    Could you please tell me what "She has to work on her own" means? Does it mean that "She has to do her job herself" or "She has to do her own job"?
    How many different ways do you have to express the fact "She has to do her own job"?
    Thank you very much.
    Have a nice day.
    H
    It means that she has to do her job alone.

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