Confused with German
So, if I have this right, 'sie' can mean they OR she/her? Help.
To be more accurate, "sie" can on the one hand be the personal pronoun used for a 3rd person feminine noun in nominative or accusative case (corresponding to "she" resp. "her"). It is not a translation of "her" as a possessive pronoun, however. On the other hand "sie" can be the personal pronoun 3rd person plural in nominative or accusative case (corresponding to "they" resp. "them"). And as a third possibility there is the capitalized "Sie", which is nominative or accusative 2nd person formal form (that would be "you" in English).