Sometime, some time, and sometimes are the words that are frequently used in everyday lives, but because of the similarities in their spellings, even native speakers get confused with them SOMETIMES.
An indefinite time in the future or an unspecified point in the past
We should hang out sometime.
It happened sometime before noon yesterday.
A period of time. It is like saying ‘some people’, ‘some books’, etc. – ‘some’ is used to describe how much of the ‘time’.
Can you give me a call when you have some time?
I have some time to help you before I go work.
on certain occasions or in certain cases but not always
now and then; from time to time; occasionally
Sometimes he acts like a child.
Jack usually plays baseball after work. But he plays soccer sometimes.