Translation:I am going to see my brother in two days.
I don't know if it's a BrEng vs AmEng thing, but to me (a Brit) it sounds unnatural without the word time. We include time since we are saying something will happen within the length of time that leads up to two days from now, just as many people say "in two hours' time." Without time the sentence leaves me feeling a little unanchored to the present and I would probably find myself saying 'two days from now.' What do other Brits think?
what the?! it isn't even in the hint!? where did you come up with that?!
I am finding synonyms for ver that mean "visit" but no translations of visit. Translations of ver verb see ver, consultar, mirar, conocer, comprender, imaginarse witness presenciar, testificar, atestiguar, dar testimonio, asistir, ver view ver, considerar, mirar, contemplar, examinar, aprobar watch ver, mirar, observar, vigilar, contemplar, tener cuidado look buscar, mirar, ver, parecer, observar, parecerse hear oír, escuchar, saber, ver, sentir, entender try probar, intentar, tratar de, juzgar, ensayar, ver see into ver, penetrar, investigar eye mirar, observar, ver, ojear envisage prever, concebir, formarse una idea de, representarse, ver notice notar, observar, advertir, fijarse en, reparar en, ver