SOME TIME, SOMETIME AND SOMETIMES 6/9/19 SOME TIME, SOMETIME AND SOMETIMES Some time (with two stresses) means “a considerable amount of time”, “quite a lot of time”. I’m afraid it’ll take some time to repair your car. She’s lived in Italy for some time, so she speaks Italian quite well. Sometime refers to an indefinite time, usually in the future; it often means “one day”. Let’s have dinner together sometime next week. When will I get married – this year, next year, sometime, never? Sometimes is an adverb of frequency. It means “on some occasions”, “more than once” (past, present or future). I sometimes went skiing when I lived in Germany. Sometimes, in the long winter evenings, I sit and wonder what life is all about. By Gonzalo Re|September 6, 2019|Categories: E-LESSONS, For Lawyers, For translators| About the Author: Gonzalo Re Marketing y Comunicación | The TR Company SA Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.