Question by  kavin (15)

What are the grammatical rules for when you should use "she" or "her"?


Answer by  Anonymous

"She" is also used after "being verbs" such as, "is", "are", "was", "were", "be", "been", "has been", ect. Ex: "I am she" and "We can hardly believe it was she all along! ".


Answer by  thorne (29)

"she" is the sentence subject whereas "her" is the object. If the one refered to is doing the action, use "she," if the action is done to her, use "her."


Answer by  John (9008)

"She" is used as a pronoun, which means it replaces a noun. For example, you would say "She likes cake." "Her" is used as an adjective, to show possession. Thus, you would say "Karen likes her cake" to show that it is Karen's cake.

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