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    Default have plans or have a plan?

    Even though "plans" is plural, why is it used as a singular meaning? What's the difference with "have a plan"?
    ex)One night they had plans to go to a dinner party.

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    Default Re: have plans or have a plan?

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Even though "plans" is plural, why is it used as a singular meaning? What's the difference with "have a plan"?
    ex)One night they had plans to go to a dinner party.
    What makes you so sure there was only one plan?

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