How to spell it correctly: her or her?.

The personal pronounshe, when changed in cases, can have the formsherandher, which serve for semantic communication in phrases or parts of a sentence that are different in structure.

In the colloquial style and vernacular, the form of the instrumental casewith itis often replaced by the form of the dative casewith it. This is because there is a tendency in oral speech to reduce certain parts of the word and some complex sounds, which include iotated consonants.

The erroneous use of the pronounherinstead ofherleads to a violation of the control connection in the sentence, which means to inconsistency of its individual fragments and logical errors in the construction of the phrase.

My daughter is smart,her(who?) The whole family is proud of.

Send the girl,her(to whom? Or who?) The newcomers became interested.

Correctly write and use pronouns in speech in the case form that corresponds to the question posed from the verb:

interested (who?)her- instrumental case...

Indirect cases of the pronounshedo not match:

CaseCase questionsForm pronounsshe
Nominativewho? what?she
Genitivewhom? what?her
Dativeto whom? what?her
Accusativewhom? what?her
Creativeby whom? how?her
Prepositionalabout whom? about what(about) her

According to the rules of the Russian language, which regulate the construction of syntactic structures and spelling of parts of speech, in the sentence the form of the instrumental case of the pronounitcannot be replaced by the dative case.

Whensheturned fifteen, her passion for music began to seem the meaning of life. (Dative case)

The old people could not get enough ofher. (Instrumental) gives the following recommendations for spelling and using case forms for her and her in sentences:

  1. В the sentence form of the pronounto hershould correspond to the questions of the dative caseto whom? orwhat?
  2. In the instrumental case of the pronounsheanswers the questionsby whom? orthan?, has the case formby itand cannot be replaced by the dative form.