Sherly goes to school every day.

  1. He
  2. She
  3. We
  4. They


Gendered pronouns specifically reference someone's gender: he/him/his or she/her/hers. Non gendered pronouns are not gender specific and are most often used by people who identify outside of a gender binary.

The correct answer is: She

    Subject pronouns are those pronouns that perform the action in a sentence.  The masculine or feminine subject pronoun is used when gender is known. We use the subject pronoun 'she' to refer to woman or girl (people who identify as female). Sherly goes to school every day, here she can replace the noun Sherly (who identifies as female).