In French, determiners agree in gender and number with the noun that follows. So her, when used as a determiner, is translated by son + masculine singular noun (son chien), by sa + feminine singular noun (sa maison) BUT by son + feminine noun beginning with a vowel or mute ‘h’ (son assiette) and by ses + plural noun (ses enfants).When her is stressed, à elle is added after the noun:
- 2 (after preposition, to be) elle it's for her c'est pour elle it's her c'est elle
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