anonymous
  • anonymous
Liz is twenty-two years old and comes from a group of family. She has two biological brother's and four sister's and was adopted. From Northern Califoria in a country called, Napa Valley. Liz's ethnicity is Hispanic and Indian and her biological family is Italian. Her Father's origin is Greek and Italian and her Mother is Sicillian. While Growing, up her dream was to become a teacher for kids. She has traveled to Europe and State's around California. She comes from a spiritually, religious family which happen to be Catholic. Her favorite types of movies are entertainment comedy and humurous f
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jagatuba
  • jagatuba
If this is an essay, it may be easier to post the specific question that you have about it and then attach the essay file to the question using the Attach File button below the text entry field.
anonymous
  • anonymous
its a paragraph only about the person i interviewed
jagatuba
  • jagatuba
Either way we need a question to answer.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
theres no question
jagatuba
  • jagatuba
Then I don't know how to help you.
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you know any words to start a sentence instead of she
jagatuba
  • jagatuba
Her name? I mean I don't know. What is the sentence? give me an example.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Liz is twenty-two years old and comes from a group of family. She has two biological brother's and four sister's and was adopted. From Northern Califoria in a country called, Napa Valley. Liz's ethnicity is Hispanic and Indian and her biological family is Italian. Her Father's origin is Greek and Italian and her Mother is Sicillian. While Growing, up her dream was to become a teacher for kids. She has traveled to Europe and State's around California. She comes from a spiritually, religious family which happen to be Catholic. Her favorite types of movies are entertainment comedy and humurous films. The type of songs Liz likes is Techno music and also loves watching Football. Her favorite color is purple and her birthday is March 9th which also happens to be also my Birthday. Liz works as a Nannie and lives in a apartment with her roomates. Liz's is to working on getting her class requirements to transfer onto a Universtity and hopes ambitiously to achieve her goals.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i need to change her name im repeating it alot
jagatuba
  • jagatuba
There is nothing wrong with using she or her in place of her name.
jagatuba
  • jagatuba
The trick is that since this paragraph is about Liz you can use she or her in place of her name in most cases. The exception would be that if using she/her would create confusion. If there was a sentence or clause preceding that had a female subject that was not Liz, using she or her in the following sentence or clause could become confusing as to who you are referring to. Liz does not smoke, her mother wouldn't approve. She had a sister that died from cancer. Whose sister died from cancer? Liz's or her mother's?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Lizz? then what should i put
jagatuba
  • jagatuba
You would use 'Liz' or 'Her mother' depending on whose sister you were referring to. If it was Liz's sister, then you would write it: Liz does not smoke, her mother wouldn't approve. Liz had a sister that died from cancer. If it was Liz's aunt, then you would write it: Liz does not smoke, her mother wouldn't approve. Her (or Liz's) mother had a sister that died from cancer.

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