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    ...plans [for/to/about]...

    Hi. I am not sure what preposition I should use in these sentences:

    Do you have any plans [preposition] coming to our house?
    We have plans [preposition] moving into a new house.

    Could someone help me, please?
    An explanation and additional info will be much appreciated.
    Thanks a lot! :)

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    Re: ...plans [for/to/about]...

    Welcome to the forums,ar-jay. This looks like homework. We can't do that for you.
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