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    #1

    plan on/ plan to

    Is there any difference between the two sentences below?

    1) I plan on getting married in two years.
    2) I plan to get married in years.

    If there is no difference in the above case, would there be in other situations?
    Is 'plan on + gerund" a more casual way of speaking?

    Thank you!

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    Re: plan on/ plan to

    Oops. Right after I posted I found this thread that exactly answered my question.
    https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/a...plan-plan.html
    I can't seem to delete my post. Sorry.

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    Re: plan on/ plan to

    There's no need for us to delete it; other students will find it useful.

    Thank you for saving our time by following up your question so promptly.

    Rover

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