forever vs for ever : Common Errors in English

About forever vs for ever

UK writers most often use the two-word phrase “for ever,” whereas Americans strongly prefer the one-word form “forever.” Each nationality is liable to think the other is making a mistake.

forever Meaning(s)

  • (r) for a limitless time
  • (r) for a very long or seemingly endless time
  • (r) without interruption

forever in News

  1. The Resilience of Remembering: New "Forever&ever" Promises to Both Strengthen and Save Relationships

    Joy of Romance, Inc. announces “Forever&ever” - a comprehensive relational process including interviews, photo sessions & compilation of memorabilia compiled into a personalized book and audio version to preserve a couple’s love story. Whether engaged or celebrating their 50th anniversary together, this will be a treasured keepsake for years to come. Additionally, they have a team of award ...
    on June 13, 2013 Source: PR.com

  2. Forever Ray Concert to Benefit Father John's Animal House

    Hackettstown — Centenary Stage Company will host a tribute to one of the most exciting musical artists of our time, Ray Charles, with 'Forever Ray', a stellar 13-piece lineup of powerhouse musicians.
    on June 13, 2013 Source: The Advertiser-News

  3. Maui'd Forever Is Offering A Travel Special For the Aulani Resort And Spa On Oahu

    Maui'd Forever is Offering the Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa with 3 nights with air and car from $1,109 per person. (PRWeb June 11, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/Hawaii-Wedding/Aulani_Travel/prweb10814481.htm
    on June 11, 2013 Source: PRWeb

for ever in News

  • Yolo summer reading programs offer prizes for all

    The Yolo County Library's ever-popular Summer Reading Program, currently under way, has something for everyone. This year's program - Our Reading is So Delicious - runs now through mid-August and includes free reading clubs, exciting events and great prizes.
    on June 13, 2013 Source: The Daily Democrat

Lightning fast vocabulary building for SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT and CAT