Could I say at one o/clock “Il arrive d’ici deux heures” to mean he is arriving at 2 o/clock?

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Ron

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1 January 2019

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Could I say at one o/clock “Il arrive d’ici deux heures” to mean he is arriving at 2 o/clock?

This question relates to:
French lesson "By + [point in time] = d'ici ..."

Chris

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1 January 2019

1/01/19

That would mean that he will be coming within two hours. If you want to say that he is arriving at 2 o'clock, you'd say, "Il arrive à deux heures."

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