on his own, by his own, on himself, by his ownership

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on his own, by his own, on himself, by his ownership

Post by nevertheless » Sun Jan 15, 2012 6:33 am

tell me please which one is correct: HE WROTE THE LETTER ... HE DIDN"T NEED ANYBODY'S HELP.
on himself, by his own, on himself, by his ownership.
and the similar thing: SHE WAS SITTING AT HOME ... NONE ELSE WAS IN.
by herself, only herself, for herself, in her own.

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Re: on his own, by his own, on himself, by his ownership

Post by Alan » Mon Jan 16, 2012 4:39 am

by himself, by herself

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