Correct spelling, explaination: the word tomorrow comes from Old English to morrow meaning to morning. Words merged but their spelling remained, thus
tommorrow is the wrong spelling.
Definition of tomorrow:
1. noun, the day after today
I don’t have to go to school tomorrow because it’s Saturday.
Shall we go to the cinema tomorrow? “Dirty Dancing” is beeing screened.
2. noun, some time in the future
Let’s hope for the better tomorrow.
Who is hard-working today, is successful tomorrow.
Idioms and phrases with tomorrow:
→ tomorrow is another day, one shouldn’t focus on present failures because there will be new possibilities in the future:
Hey, don’t worry about not getting that job, tomorrow is another day!
She’s a huge optimist. She always say that it will get better because tomorrow is another day.
Incorrect spelling, explaination: the spelling
tommorow is wrong because of the Old English origin from the correct spelling – tomorrow: to + morrow (meaning morning, the next day) so we need to double the r but not the m.
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