Which of these sentences is correct?
My plans are to make money and relax.
My plans are making money and relaxing.
Both sound good :)
I'm not a teacher yet, but I am studying a Bachelor of Education with an English Literature major at Charles Sturt University, in NSW, Australia.
A single plan can have many components, so the plural "plans" is unnecessary in your example.
a) "What do you want to do with your life?"
b) "My main plan is to graduate, work hard for about thirty years and make a lot of money, then retire to the country and relax."
a) "Do you have another plan?"
b) "Well, I'd like to win the lottery and not have to do the 'work hard' part, but I'm not relying on that."
Your example might be commonly expressed as: "Making money and relaxing, that's my plan".
not a teacher
Last edited by JMurray; 07-Nov-2012 at 06:50.
Thank you :)