Correct spelling, explaination: the core word for the correct spelling is commit (which means to carry out or to engage) to which we added noun suffix -ment. This suffix means a state of something, process or a goal of an action. The verb commit has got one t so the form
committment is incorrect.
Definition of commitment:
1. noun, obligation or promise to do something
I made a commitment to spend my time with my family every Sunday.
His commitment to that relationship was huge.
The Prime Minister made a commitment to help small businesses’ owners.
2. noun, an act of doing something
A commitment of a crime can cost you serious problems.
Incorrect spelling, explaination: there is no double t in the correct spelling commitment, which is the noun form from the verb commit.
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