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Almost _________ work would be better
than ___________.

anyone's hers
anyone's her's
anyones hers
anyones' hers'

When a possessive noun is used, (mother's, sister's, anyone's) use an apostrophe.

When a possessive pronoun is used, (hers, his, its) an apostrophe is not needed.

i have to identify each underlined word in sentences as direct object/indirect object/predicate noun predicate adjective

i sent HER an EMAIL yesterday to confirm the date of the meeting.

Elton John is a pop ICON

She seemed HONEST but i was deceived

Give ME a break

I made the letters capital that i nn to know the answer for

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