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    #1

    plan for/on coming

    They plan on coming at Christmas.


    Hi,
    Is on in the above interchangeable with for? Thanks,

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    #2

    Re: plan for/on coming

    No. But you can replace "at" with "for" in that sentence and get a similar, though not identical, meaning.
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