I am not sure between those two options, but I really matters on the way you are trying to say it.
If you are saying it to the jockey players- You girls were playing hockey.
If you are the girls playing hockey- We girls were playing hockey.
Hope this helps!
The plural possessive is: girls' hockey team (a hockey team for girls).
The correct sentence is: The girls who I am friends with.The relative pronoun 'who' is a subject pronoun, functioning as the subject of the relative clause.To use the object pronoun 'whom', you must place the preposition 'with' before the pronoun, 'The girls with whom I am friends.', making the pronoun 'whom' the object of the preposition 'with'.
No, girls should be able to do anything boys can do!
Of course!! This falls under the anything you can do, I can do better category. Girls have been playing street hockey for as long as street hockey has been around. TCH>
No. Where did you get that idea it isn't very smart.
Indeed, you are correct! People are referred to with the pronoun who and things which are referred to with the pronoun that.The girls who arrived last wore coats that were new.
Actualy nobdy started , how women and girls can play hockey a hole team singed up and they had a chance 2 play!
Depends on who you are.
Not that many girls like hockey.
The pronoun that takes the place of the plural noun 'girls' is they as a subject and them as an object in a sentence.Example:The girls will be home soon. They will be hungry. I will make lunch for them.
Yes, girls are tough in hockey. Although there is no checking in girls hockey, unlike boys, they can still play just as good and competitively!
The Hockey Book for Girls has 40 pages.