'Two weeks later' or 'In two weeks'

tulipflower

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Can we use the following structure to express future tense?

'Two weeks later'

I'll call you two weeks later.
 

Phaedrus

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Can we use the following structure to express future tense?

'Two weeks later'

I'll call you two weeks later.
Yes. For example:

I'll see you in a week. Two weeks later, I'll call you.

In the context of that sentence pair, "two weeks later" means two weeks after the speaker sees the interlocutor, i.e., three weeks from today.
 
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