his and her’s vs his and hers : Common Errors in English

About his and her’s vs his and hers

Possessive pronouns don’t take apostrophes. It’s not “hi’s” (but you knew that), and it’s not “her’s,” even in the popular phrase “his and hers.”

his and hers in News

  • Michael Moore sings praise of Irish documentary

    "His and Hers" continues to receive international acclaim with the latest praise coming from Oscar winning film director Michael Moore. Speaking about the award winning documentary on his website he described it as “One of the most moving and original films I’ve seen this year.
    on June 29, 2013 Source: Irish Central

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