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Possessive PronounPlay
Use 'hers' to show that something is owned by or belongs to a specific female person mentioned earlier. SlideAnna couldn't find her scarf, but I knew that the scarf on the chair was hers.
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No 'Her' BeforePlay
'Hers' is used alone without 'her'. Saying 'her hers' is incorrect because 'hers' already shows possession. SlideThat laptop is hers, not her sister's.
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Not ReplaceablePlay
'Hers' cannot be replaced with 'her' when indicating possession at the end of a sentence. SlideIs this backpack her? Incorrect. Is this backpack hers? Correct.