Correct spelling, explanation: the word tomorrow is an English word, which comes from a combination of two other English words – to and morrow – with the latter one meaning the following day. Grammatically, the word functions as an adverb or a noun.
Definition of tomorrow:
1. adverb – the day after today;
The meeting is scheduled for tomorrow.
2. adverb – refers to the future generally;
The problem with the education system today will have serious consequences tomorrow.
Expressions with tomorrow:
Some interesting expressions include:
1. like there is/was no tomorrow – when you act like that it means that you do something spontaneously, quickly, without much thinking;
Most of the year he’s a workaholic, but when he finally goes on holiday he parties like there was no tomorrow.
2. here today, gone tomorrow – refers to something which lasts for a short time;
So many beautiful girls are here today, gone tomorrow in his life that I think he is a serious womanizer.
3. never put off until tomorrow what you can do today – it means that you should never delay something which you can do at once;
If you want to be a better student, never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.
Incorrect spelling, explanation: one of the most common spelling mistakes made by learners of English is to spell the word tomorrow as
tommorow. Users of English get confused about which consonant letter should be doubled and instead of a double -r, they write it with a double -m.
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