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    plan or plans?

    Hi Teachers,

    Can you please tell me if the highlighted words below are correctly used.

    You have been offered a job and your new company wants you to start on May 15. After a few days, one of the HR personnel informed you that you should start on May 1. But you already have plans on visiting your parents and siblings in the province on the agreed start date.

    Thanks so much.

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    Re: plan or plans?

    You already have plans to visit...

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    Re: plan or plans?

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    You already have plans to visit...
    Could you plese tell me why is that. And is it the only mistake in the paragraph?

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