Reoccurring is an actual word. It means to occur again and again. It is not hyphenated. The only problem you had is that you mispelled it. For the record, it’s reoccurring.
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What is the most current way to handle gender agreement? I learned that the masculine prevails, eg, “The student left his books at home.” Has it been changed to “his or her” and if so then how does one handle agreement issues, repeat “his” or “her” ??? Students want to use “their” but that can’t be right.