- she is
- she has
She's explaining the dosage directions to the elderly patient.
She’s is a contraction of either she is or she has.
An example of she’s is the contraction form of the phrase “She is the best.”
- Contraction of she is : She's going away for the weekend.
- Contraction of she has : She's been to the symphony twice this month.
- In most dialects, she's is only used to mark the perfect tense ("She's done something.", "She has done something."), and not to signify possession ("She has something."). Some dialects, however, use she's for both.
- She's on the way.
- Though she's a lady, she's very fond of hunting.
- Anyway, she's my mother, not a sitter.
- Does her husband know what she's doing?
- She's such a little fraidy cat but I shan't be able to keep her much longer.