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    the plan for the day is to walk / the plan for the day is walking

    Hello,

    - Gabriel announces that the plan for the day is to walk to the coastal waters.
    - Gabriel announces that the plan for the day is walking to the coastal waters.


    I tried to write two sentences, but I cannot pick up which one is better - to walk or walking. I think 'to walk' fits the sentence because of the word 'plan.'

    What is your humble opinion?

    Thank you!

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    Re: the plan for the day is to walk / the plan for the day is walking

    I also deem 'to walk' better because people would say 'a/the plan to do something'.

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