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Thread: "She" or "Her"?

  1. #1
    Savannah Smiles
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    "She" or "Her"?

    Happy 4th, fellow word-slingers!

    Which is correct, if you please?

    Sydney takes a leap of faith and invites him to move in with HER and ****.

    Sydney takes a leap of faith and invites him to move in with SHE and ****.

    Thanks!
    SS



  2. #2
    Murg
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    Re: "She" or "Her"?

    Her.

  3. #3
    Sam Barrett
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    Re: "She" or "Her"?

    her

    -- Sam

  4. #4
    R. Radish
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    Re: "She" or "Her"?

    You're joking, right?

  5. #5
    Verdancy
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    Re: "She" or "Her"?

    Yes, it should be "her." It's probably the "and" clause that's confusing you. Drop the "and ****" and look at it again--you'd never say "asked him to move in with she." Likewise, you'd never say "move in with she and ****."

    Does that make sense?

  6. #6
    Prince Louis Richard de la Pau
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    Re: "She" or "Her"?

    She = subject
    Her = object

    No reason to ever get them confused

    Objects follow a preposition indirectly or follow the verb directly
    Subjects are for verbs

    She gives her the ball
    Subject verb direct object direct object
    She gives the ball to her
    Subject verb object indirect object

  7. #7
    Bertram Hatfield
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    Re: "She" or "Her"?

    moves in with them

    So her

    not so hard

    Bertram

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