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Leave folks alone.
That’s what I came here to say! These two out here doing their own thing and being successful together and people just wanna tear them down.
I agree, leave them be.
Is this really Disney news?
What’s the right way to say that?
An easy way to figure it out is to break down the phrase: “directed a video for her good friend”. You wouldn’t write “directed a video for she good friend”.
The correct word for that sentence is “her”, as “for” is a proposition, which is always followed by the objective form of a pronoun. (If a pronoun is being used to complete the sentence.
Thank you — I was going to make the same comment!
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