Correct spelling, explaination: the correct spelling derives from the old English origin which is to morrow meaning to morning. We kept the original spelling, so the form
tommorrow is not correct.
Definition of tomorrow:
1. noun, the next day after today
I can’t go out, I have a test tomorrow.
Will you call me tomorrow?
2. noun, some time in the future
Tomorrow will be better, I promise.
Idioms and phrases with tomorrow:
→ tomorrow is another day, one should hope that problems will be gone soon and the future will be better: Remember that tomorrow is another day so we should hope for the best.
Incorrect spelling, explaination: we don’t double the m in the word due to its old English origin, therefore the only corrrect form is tomorrow.
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