Student or Learner
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.
Last edited by jasonree123456; 11-Nov-2014 at 06:31.
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.