"Your daughter won't break it; it's plastic."
Translation:Ta fille ne la cassera pas, elle est en plastique.
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I think 'no', not without changing the "elle". I dimly remember it's possible not but you'd have to use something like "elle-là" or something like it. Per standard, the pronoun "elle" refers to the closest (= most recently) mentioned object, thus in this case the other "it". ;)