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    time clause II

    I won't be at home in two hours.

    Could this sentence have two meanings:
    1-It will take me longer than two hours to get home.
    2-I am at home now but will leave in less than two hours.

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    #2
    Yes, it could.

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    #3
    Thanks Tdol.
    You know, I had almost forgotten that now I can do this: :wink: .

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