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    His's temper was not good, now much better.

    One month ago, he has a bad temper but now he has a good temper.

    His's temper was not good, now much better.
    His's temper was getting better.


    Which is the common way to say.
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    Re: His's temper was not good, now much better.

    Is the person's name "His"? If not, the first word of each example is wrong. If you simply intended to show possession, then it's "His temper ..."
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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