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Is that correct to say:
If he were she (or in her place) , h'd get a racer?

Thank you very much fr your help and information!

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    I'd use "in her place" -- to say "if I were she" is grammatically correct, but rarely if ever used. If you said that to someone (especially an American teenager!), s/he probably wouldn't know what you meant!

    You're very welcome!

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