LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||09/SET/2002 12:43 AM|
I would not say "her holiday". Instead of it, I would rearrange the phrase differently, for instance:
A) Both of them spending the holiday at the same place:
Ann and her daughter came over to spend the holiday with us.
B) Each of them spending the holiday at different places:
Ann brought her daughter to spend the holiday with us and Ann left after dropping her off.
You could say - "and she left", but it could generate misunderstandings.
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