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    Plan on vs plan to ?

    What is the difference between planning on and planning to?
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    Re: Plan on vs plan to ?

    Quote Originally Posted by catrina74 View Post
    What is the difference between planning on and planning to?
    Thanks!
    You have to follow "planning on" with <verbing> and "planning to" with <verb>.
    I plan on studying Medicine.
    I plan to study Medicine.

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