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    spend their honeymoon in Sweden sometime(or some time) in June.

    The newlyweds will spend their honeymoon in Sweden sometime in June.
    -Can I say some time to replace the sometime here? It's because the Longman Dictionary says "sometime also some time".
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    Re: spend their honeymoon in Sweden sometime(or some time) in June.

    No. "Sometime" is correct.

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