Incorrect spelling, explanation: the spelling of the correct form is a verb continue and suffix -ous, so the only correct spelling is continuous.
Correct spelling, explanation: the form continuous is a verb continue and the suffix -ous. Sometimes the addition of the suffix changes the core spelling and that’s what happens in this case.
Continous is wrong because the spelling of continue point to u after the second n in the word. Continuous and continual are often wrongly used as synonyms; while they have a similar meaning, continual refers to repetitive activities.
Definition of continuous:
1. adjective, not interrupted, in the process
We need continuous improvement to stay on the market.
Intense and continuous prayer is very important for the members of the Church.
2. grammar, progressive
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