Comming or Coming? Which is correct?

Coming is the correct spelling of the word. Comming is incorrect and should not be used in English.

Are you coming? We need to leave now.


Comming is a misspelling of the word “coming”. You should not use “comming” in English, it is incorrect. 


“Coming” is the present participle of the verb “to come” We use the present participle in the present continuous tense.

Where are you coming from?

“Coming” can also be used as a noun or an adjective.

What do you know of his comings and goings? (noun)

That is going to take place in the coming week. (adjective)