"I saw it before"should be allowed right? If it's a female it?
That's what I figured.
can "a" really mean her?
yes, as direct object pronoun before direct verbs! You'll learn more about that through discussions =)
Does this mean:
1. I have seen her before.
2. I saw her today.
It can have both meanings depending on the context.
Just to get this right...
Yes, your options are correct =)