In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(como sujeto)she¿quién lo va a hacer? — ella — who's going to do it? — she is
- ¿y ella qué hace aquí? — what's she doing here?
- lo hizo ella misma — she did it herself
- fue ella — it was her
2(en comparaciones, con preposiciones)her(referido a cosas) ityo salí después que ella — I left after her / after she did
- no eres tan lista como ella — you aren't as clever as her / as she is
- ¿se lo dieron a ella? — did they give it to her?
- con/contra/para ella — with/against/for her
- son de ella — they're hers
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