Her is watering the tree

SamQhest

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Hola. Hace poco leí una oración que decía esto: Her is watering the tree. Y, entonces, me pregunté si "her" podía reemplazar a "she", y qué tan usual es...

Gracias
 
  • Bevj

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    English (U.K.)
    No tenemos ninguna indicación sobre la fuente de la oración, o quién hablaba.
    El uso de 'her' en lugar de 'she' se puede oír en algunos dialectos, tanto en BrE como (creo) AE.
    Sin más información, no sabemos si este es el caso o no.
     

    User With No Name

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    English (U.S. - Texas)
    El uso de 'her' en lugar de 'she' se puede oír en algunos dialectos, tanto en BrE como (creo) AE.
    In the U.S., as far as I know, this would only be possible if "her" were part of a compound subject. "Jim and her went to the store." Or, even more likely, "Me and her went to the store."

    It's strongly stigmatized.

    On its own, "Her went to the store" is, as far as I know, not possible in the U.S.
     

    Bevj

    Allegra Moderata (Sp/Eng, Cat)
    English (U.K.)
    Thanks for the clarification. Indeed I think all the examples I've found are from the UK, many from the 19th century but also from the south-west or north of England.
     
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