plan on vs plan to
What is the difference betwen plan on vs plan to?
Are both the same?
No, they are not the same.
To plan on is idiomatic and means to assume, expect, anticipate, as in "the organizers planned on a large crowd attending the event."
But to plan (followed by a verb) usually means to make plans, as in "I planned to go to the wedding".
Then you can also have the verb plan followed by a noun, meaning arrange or design, as in "he planned the downfall of the government".
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