Incorrect spelling, explaination: the origin of the correct form (tomorrow) points that there is no double consonant m, therefore
tommorrow is incorrect.
Correct spelling, explaination: the origin of the correct form tomorrow is in the old English word morrow meaning morning so the word’s meaning is to morning. Adding additional m is unnecessary and incorrect, so the form
tommorrow is the wrong spelling.
Definition of tomorrow:
1. noun, the day after today
Tomorrow Lucy is coming over.
We can’t sleep out of excitement – it’s our wedding 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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