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    Question he's looks good... is this correct?

    Today i was searching the word ''hasty'' in Cambridge dictionary..
    It gives this example:

    "He's looks good for his age. Not that 55 is old, " she hastily added.

    what I want to ask is, what 's abbreviation for?

    has or is or possesion?

    Or is this sentence wrong?

    Thanks for reading...

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    Re: he's looks good... is this correct?

    It's wrong. Just "He looks good for his age."

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