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Are these sentences correct:

"Mary told Sue to loose weight."

"Sue and her are going to the mall this afternoon."

"Each of the men must pay their own expenses."
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"Mary told Sue to lose weight."

"Sue and Mary or she are going to the mall this afternoon." <- See this thread:

"Each of the men must pay their own expenses." - OK
Wouldn't you say
"Each of the men must pay HIS own expenses"??

Each refers to every single person, so the possessive determiter should be singular, shouldn't it?
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Yes. It really should. Especially in a case where there isn't even the pitiful gender-issue excuse to fall back on.
should there be enough incriminating evidencem, the will be arrested.
I NEED HELP WITH PUNCTUATIONS MARKS THAT ARE MISSING FROM THE SENTENCE.

SHOULD THERE BE ENOUGH INCRIMINATING EVIDENCE THE MAN WILL BE ARRESTED.

WHICH ONE WOULD IT BE

1.COMMA
2.APOSTROPHE
3.EXCLAMATION POINT
4.SEMI COLON
5. NONE
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If you changed the sentence slightly egSentence means

If there is enough incriminating evidence, the man would be arrested.