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  1. B45
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    Talking about a family's assets. I say: It's her assets. VS Those are her assets.

    Talking about a family member's assets. I say:

    It's her assets.

    VS

    Those are her assets.

    VS

    They are her assets

    Can it be used to describe a number of things here?

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    Re: Talking about a family's assets. I say: It's her assets. VS Those are her ass

    No.

  3. B45
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    Re: Talking about a family's assets. I say: It's her assets. VS Those are her ass

    So, only two and three are okay?

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    Re: Talking about a family's assets. I say: It's her assets. VS Those are her ass

    Yes.

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