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Q 1 - Everyone ... to have it … way nowadays.
"His, her, their" and other such usages are for denoting ownership as adjectives.
Q 2 - If ... was present there, he would have come out by now.
"Anyone, anybody" is used for a pointing out someone to attach a quality with him, the action is “coming out” in this case.
Q 3 - Help ... to some food, and in the meanwhile, I will order pizzas for all of you.
"Myself, yourself, ourselves, themselves" and such usages are used to talk of a person's own ability or intention.
"Mine, yours, theirs" and other such usages are for denoting ownership as pronouns.
Q 5 - It’s not surprising that you don’t get jokes as …are from Germany.
"I, he, we, she, they" and similar usages are for people who do the action. "He, she, it" use "is/was", "I" uses "am/was", "We, you" use "are/were"
"I, he, you, we, she, they" and similar usages are for people who do the action.
"Mine, ours, yours, theirs" and other such usages are for denoting ownership as pronouns.
Q 8 - We should allow … to spend some time with … child.
“Her” is used to denote ownership of a female in second person.
Q 9 - They need to first follow rules … before lecturing others.
“Themselves” is used when the plural listeners or someone representing multiple listeners is supposed to do something with their own capability.
Q 10 - … quite a hot day for the baby to try … new clothes.
“Its” is used to denote ownership of an infant, animal, or non-living thing, whereas “it’s” is used as a contracted form of “it is”.