Sometime versus Sometimes

SOMETIME (adverb) —–> at some unspecified or unknown time
e.g. Let’s watch cinemas sometime (meaning they don’t know when they’re going to watch cinemas together, but they plan it)

SOMETIMES (adverb) —–> occasionally
e.g. Sometimes I clean my room by myself (meaning I don’t always clean my room by myself, someone else do it for me)

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