Common mistake hands free (hands-free)

Common Mistake: Hands Free (Hands-Free)

One common mistake that many people make is misspelling the adjective "hands free" as "hands-free".

Correct Spelling: Hands-free


When using the phrase "hands free" to describe something that can be done without using your hands, it is important to remember to use a hyphen between the two words.


Incorrect: I bought a new car with a handsfree Bluetooth system.

Correct: I bought a new car with a hands-free Bluetooth system.

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hands free (hands-free) mistake examples

  • Incorrect:
    He is using a hands free device.

    He is using a hands-free device.

  • Incorrect:
    A hands free cell phone.

    A hands-free cell phone.

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