Incorrect spelling, explaination: in the original form to morrow (meaning to morning) there is no double m, but the is double r therefore
tommorow is incorrect and the only correct spelling is as in its core – tomorrow.
Correct spelling, explaination: the form tomorrow is the modern form of old English to morrow which mean to morning. In the modern language the words are written together, meaning the day after today and the spelling remained as the original.
Definition of tomorrow:
1. noun, the day following today
Tomorrow we are going fishing with my dad.
Lucy is stressed because she has an exam tomorrow.
2. noun, not specified future
I know it’s hard, but let’s hope for the better tomorrow.
Idioms and phrases with tomorrow:
→ tomorrow is another day, one should hope that problems will be gone soon and the future will be better
You shouldn’t worry too much – tomorrow is another day!
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