"plan" and "plan on", what's different between these two?
"Plan" and "plan on" are quite similar. They convey similar meanings. When you "plan" it means intend to do something. However, "plan on" can mean both that you intend to do something or expect something to happen, which is the case in this clip. You find that in common usage the two are frequently used interchangeably. However to help you keep the meanings clear remember, "plan to" is used to communicate the plan itself, while "plan on" is used when describing the assumptions or predictions on which the plan is based or depends. Ex: I didn't plan on leaving so soon. Ex: I plan to finish this by 8pm.
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