Idioms: ever and again , now and again. I can see some people walking across the field; You'll need some money if you're going shopping; Some of the ink was spilt on the desk. Surely there are some people who agree with me?
He's quite kind in some ways. I spent some time trying to convince her; I'll have some problem sorting out these papers! She was hunting for some book that she's lost. There were some thirty people at the reception. American somewhat; to a certain extent. I think we've progressed some. We'll manage it someday.
I'll get there somehow. There's someone at the door — would you answer it?
He thinks he is someone. Would you like something to eat?
sometimes | meaning of sometimes in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English | LDOCE
There's something in what you say. We'll go there sometime next week; They went sometime last month.
He sometimes goes to America; He goes to America sometimes; Sometimes he seems very forgetful. He is somewhat sad; The news puzzled me somewhat. They live somewhere in London; I won't be at home tonight — I'm going somewhere for dinner. Do all these figures mean something?
Her name is Mary or Margaret or something. We have something like five hundred people working here. A zebra is something like a horse with stripes.
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I have reason to believe; I suspect. Something tells me she's lying. Mentioned in? Freedom of speech, then, is sometimes not worth the trouble that comes with it. It upsets me because I used to really, and still do sometimes , love the articles Salon writes.
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Sometimes , a tech glitch means you are prevented from looking at other users. He sometimes surmised that it was because he was too outspokenly identified with the diminished liberal wing of the party. He said that the food was good and that sometimes evenings he had a chance to go out. Sometimes the victim and the victimizer meet, the money demanded is paid over, and there the matter ends. Sometimes an umpire who has been good will go into a long slump when he cannot call things right and knows it.
Sometimes sums of money were left to be spent on providing bread for those who were unable to work. While they appear very similar, sometime, sometimes, and some time have slightly different meanings.
Sometime means a vague point in time, and usually refers to a long amount of time. Sometimes means occasionally. Some time refers to a period of time. Sometime Sometime refers to an unspecified point in time.