Yes it is.
No. The proper form of the pronoun is "he", as in the separate sentences. This is clearer when the third-person pronoun is placed first, as it properly should be. Separately : The Pirates are headed for the playoffs. He is headed for the playoffs. Joined : He and the Pirates are headed for the playoffs. * You can normally determine the proper form by reading the sentence aloud. Most speakers learned the proper form through simple repetition, and are only confused by the written form.
That is the correct spelling of "level-headed" (calm, composed, reasonable).
That is the correct spelling of the word "head" (upper part of the body, or a leader).
The old man headed to a shopping centre near an abandoned house.
Big-headed is a slang term meaning vain or stuck-up. Don't be so big-headed.
Your complacent sister is headed for an unpleasant awakening.
I packed my valise and headed for the airport.
"There's a huge cyclone headed for our town!"
The many-headed hydra is a fearsome creature.
That hot-headed felon is a regular recidivist.
Which set of words correctly completes the following sentence? "Jim ran ______ the door and headed ___ the hospital. A) threw, to
That is the correct spelling of "homebound" (headed home, or stuck at home).