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).
  • sometimes went skiing when I lived in Germany.
  • Sometimes, in the long winter evenings, I sit and wonder what life is all about.