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- (personal) You use her instead of the name of a person, to talk about a woman or girl. (used in the object or complement position, never as a subject)
- This is Susan's book. Give it to her.
- (possessive) If you say something is her thing, you mean it belongs to a particular woman or girl.
- It is her book, not mine,
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