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Sometime, Some time and Sometimes

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Created Date: Tue 02 Aug 2011

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What are the differences in using sometime, some time and sometimes?

 

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Sometime: unstated time in the future
For Example: I will go to France sometime.

Some time: a period of time
For Example: Please give me some time to finish the homework!

Sometimes: occasionally, not very frequently
For Example: Sometimes we go fishing together at the weekend.


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