Tuesday, February 8, 2011

How to use 'some time', 'sometime' and 'sometimes'

In order to use 'some time', 'sometime' and 'sometimes' correctly, we must first of all know their meanings. 'Some time' means 'a period of time', 'sometime' carries the meaning of 'at an unstated time in future' and 'sometimes' is the equivalent of 'occasionally'.

Let us try to make sentences out of them to show how to use them correctly.

1 I will need some time to tidy up my messy room.'
2 Krishnan remembered seeing the man sometime last week.'
3 Sometimes we have to try our luck in doing something new.

Now try to make sentences yourself with these three words.

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