Correct spelling, explanation: the word has its origins in verb come (to move, travel, get somewhere) and the suffix -ing used to create an adjective or noun out of a verb. When we add an i to a word ending with e we omit the e in the spelling, therefore come + -ing is coming.
Definition of coming:
1. adjective, happening very soon
Party coming this Saturday is going to be amazing!
2. noun, arrival
Coming here was not a good idea.
Idioms and phrases with coming:
→ coming or going, means being in situation when you are confused and don’t know what to do next, especially when you are overwhelmed by too much work: Do you want to have lunch with me today? – Forget it, I’m so busy at work that I don’t know if I’m coming or going.
→ everything is coming up roses, we use this expression when everything in our life lines up to our expectations or we are pleasantly surprised and satisfied: First, I met this amazing guy, now got the perfect job… everything is really coming up roses.
→ coming out of one’s ears – to have great amount of something, sometimes too much: At first, I couldn’t find any job, but now, the offers are literally coming out of my ears!
Incorrect spelling, explanation: there is only one m in a basic verb (come), so adding one more is the wrong spelling, and the only correct form is coming. Please never use the form
comming as it is incorrect.
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