Correct spelling, explanation: of course is an adverbial phrase that comes from the 16th century of the ordinary course; something in a natural order. As a phrase it should be written separately – these are two different words, which never got to be written as one. Therefore
ofcourse is incorrect, as the phrase should be spelled separately – of course.
Definition of of course:
the adverbial phrase, in regular order, obviously
-Could you please close the window? It’s getting cold. –Of course!
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Incorrect spelling, explanation:
ofcourse is an incorrect form because this is a phrase, so all words in it should be written separately – of course. The phrase was previously used as of the ordinary cause, later it got shorter. Therefore of course is the correct form.
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Good information. I will be dealing with some of these words in my project.