Some time vs sometime | WordReference Forums
Hi all, At the end of a letter, should it be: I look forward to hearing from you sometime in the near future or I look forward to hearing from you. Look forward to meeting you sometime in the near future. “It was good talking to you. I'd love to hear more about your life in France. Do you want to meet up some time next weekend maybe for coffee?”.
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