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    which one is correct
    what's your plans for this weekend
    what's your plan for this weekend

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    Default Re: plan

    The second is grammatically fine. The first should be 'what are', but in spoken language, it is common to use this form, though it would be marked wrong in an exam- it's colloquial.

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