I'd use a hyphen in soft-spoken.
'Soft-spoken' is an adjective used to describe someone's voice or manner of speaking. (The link for the definition is above.)
In view of that, what do you think "he's" means?
Look at the following conversation.
---How is Professor Martin?
--He doesn't speak loudly, but otherwise he is great.
---Do you mean he's soft spoken?
--Yes. He's really soft spoken.
1- What does (soft spoken) mean?
2- Does (He's) mean [He is] or [He has]?
i'm not sure about the second question. does it ean: he is really soft spoken
or he has really soft spoken?
help me plz. i'm really confused
Do you say 'he is happy' or 'he has happy'?
(Sorry, but I'm keeping to Philly's methods)
I have just looked up Philly's profile. I could have sworn that she was a teacher and in fact I was proved right! I was a teacher for twelve years - teaching Pure Maths!