The difference between sometime some time sometimes
The correct way to use sometime, some time and sometimes
Sometime some time sometimes explained
Some time a period of time; quite a while but we don't know how long
Sometimes occasionally; now and then
Sometime at some unspecified time; someday
Sometime some time sometimes with examples
Some time is written as 2 words.
Some time means a period or length of time.
We don't know how long it is, but it more than nothing and less than forever!
You know it takes some time to do that sort of thing.
I think I’ll spend some time listening to that old Britney Spears CD again.
Sometimes is an adverb of frequency. Think of it as halfway between never and always.
Sometimes means occasionally or every now and then.
I sometimes walk my dog after dinner.
Sometimes I am so tired I can’t get out of bed!
Sometime indicates a time in the future or the past which is not known or not stated.
They hoped to meet up sometime in the future.
Shall we go for a coffee sometime?
Let‘s go and see Peter sometime next week.
Learning how to use sometime, some time, sometimes, correctly with examples
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