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Which of the following sentences is correct?
1: My dad is calling me, I will call you in some time.
2: My dad is calling me, I will call you in sometime.
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Hi Jackson

Both of your sentences are comma splices, and neither one sounds particularly natural to me. Here are some suggestions:

- My dad is calling me. I'll call you (back) sometime later today.

- My dad is calling me. I'll call you (back) later.

- My dad is calling me. I'll call you (back) in a little while.
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They are comma splices because they join two independent clauses (two parts that can be sentences all on their own) with a comma. This is an incorrect way to punctuate. You need to use either a period or semi-colon, or you need a conjunction.

Sometime and "some time" do have different meantings. Sometime: at some indefinite or unstated time.

I'll call you sometime this evening.
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Hi Amy,

1: Why are they comma splices?

2: Aren't sometime and some time two different words?
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But does the comma splice affect the general meaning of the sentence?
Hi Jackson

In English, a comma splice is generally considered to be an incorrect method of joining two independent clauses.

Here are some specific comments on why I offered suggestions for alternative wording:

In sentence 1, "in some time" sounds extremely awkward in the context.
In sentence 2, "in sometime" is not a collocation that is used.
Jackson6612 Which of the following sentences is correct?
1: My dad is calling me, I will call you in some time.
2: My dad is calling me, I will call you in sometime.

I will call you in sometime

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Dad is calling me please attend the call

please attend the call This doesn't make sense.