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    Lightbulb she and her

    what is the diference between these pronouns?


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    Re: she and her

    it is the way that you use them. for example:

    She is very beautiful.

    Her computer is good.

    as you can see, "she" is usually used with "is" and "her" usually means that that is something that belongs to someone

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    Re: she and her

    dear,


    she is A subject.

    Her is A possessive .

    thanks

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    Re: she and her

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    what is the diference between these pronouns?
    "She" is the nominative (subject) form.

    "Her" is the objective (object) form of the pronoun and the possessive adjective form. "Hers" is the possessive pronoun form.

    She will be joining us. (subject)

    Give the book to her. (prepositional object)

    Gibe her the book. (indirect object)

    I saw her in the park. (direct object)

    That purse is hers. (possessive pronoun)

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