forever vs for ever : Common Errors in English

forever or 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.
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  • r  for a limitless time
    no one can live forever
  • r  for a very long or seemingly endless time
    she took forever to write the paper
    we had to wait forever and a day
  • r  without interruption
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