sometimes - sometime
You use sometimes to say that something happens on some occasions, rather than all the time.
The bus was sometimes completely full.
Sometimes I wish I was back in Africa.
Don't confuse sometimes with sometime. Sometime means ‘at a time in the past or future that is unknown or has not yet been decided’.
Can I come and see you sometime?
Sometime is often written as some time.
He died some time last year.