When to use: Sometime, Sometimes, and Some Time 02 Sometime means "at some point of time'" 0) Sometime also means "former, previous, past" Some time means "a period of time"-usually a long period of time. Sometimes means "occasionally."
Sometime: One Word SOMETIME: ADVERB Unspecified point in time, and not a span of time. Some time refers to a span of time. I'll watch that show on Netflix sometime. Sentence is not about "in how much time"will I watch the show. It's about that I will watch the show sometime. (unspecified) Give me a call sometime, and we'll have dinner.
SOMETIME: ADJECTIVE When used as an adjective it just means former/prior/past. Roman, a sometime Asst. District Magistrate, now runs Unacademy. This means Roman, a former Asst. District Magistrate, now runs Unacademy.
Some Time: Two Words Span of time. It will take some time for Rahul to finish his homework. I . will reach the cafe in some time Whenever we talk about a span of time some time should be two words.
Sometimes: One Word 02 Sometimes, one-word adverb that means "occasionally", "from time to time" or "(every) now and then." Sometimes I do follow the Ketto Diet, but most of the time it's simply impractical. Yourtheory doesnt alwgys sork. t works sometimes though.