Although I answered this correctly because I knew what duo was looking for I think the Greek sentences awkward. Just my two drachmas opinion
Well i guess you could say this to your teacher or something like that. LoL for the "Drachmas" (δραχμές)
sometime and sometimes mean the same thing in english so either should be acceptable answers
I would understand "sometime" as "at one point in time that I am being non-specific about", and "sometimes" as "at various points in time; occasionally".
One is a one-time thing, the other is a repeated thing.
Whereabouts do you live that they are used interchangeably?
(Or perhaps I should ask: when do you live? I see that one dictionary says that "sometime" may have the meaning "sometimes" but marks this as "Archaic". Not a usage I had encountered before but perhaps I'm too young.)
Yes, I see the difference, but it seems to me that, depending on meaning, either "sometime" or "sometimes" would work. I was using it in the repeated sense. Not sure how the Greek works in this case, presumably in the repeated sense, since I got it wrong.
Θέλω να γράφω κάπιες φορές, ,why "I sometimes want to write" would be wrong?