Incorrect spelling, explaination: the right form is created with using a verb come (to move from one place to another) and an ending -ing, so the form
comming with double m is mistaken.
Correct spelling, explaination: verb come + suffix -ing that creates adjective =coming, the only right version.
Definition of coming:
1. adjective, happening soon, if something is coming it is expected.
I just hope coming year will be better for me.
2. noun, approach
His coming to the party was a big sensation.
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: She was so overwhelmed with duties that day, that by 1 P.M. she didn’t know if she is coming or going.
→ everything is coming up roses, we use this expression when everything in our life lines up to our expectations: OK, I may have rough time in my life, but now, finally, everything is just coming up roses.
→ coming out of one’s ears – to have great amount of something: Do you want a leaflet? Sorry, but I feel like they are coming out of my ears.
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