- 01. What are you guys [planning] to do for your summer holidays?02. The architect went over the [plans] for the building with the buyers.03. The President has announced that the peace [plan] has been accepted by both sides involved in the conflict.04. We are [planning] to leave for Beirut as soon as we can get a visa.05. I invited the Iqbals for supper tomorrow, but they had already made [plans] to go to the movies.06. John has had to give up his [plan] to become a doctor because he gets sick at the sight of blood.07. A Chinese proverb suggests that an accidental meeting is more pleasant than a [planned] one.08. The daycare center has [planned] a number of special activities for the children to celebrate Christmas this year.09. I think the [plan] will work much better if we change it a bit.10. We haven't changed our [plans] despite the poor weather.11. We need to come up with another [plan], in case this one doesn't work.12. In 1995, the government of China approved a five-year [plan] promising an end to poverty in the country.13. My biggest concern with the [plan] is the cost.14. The criminals made a [plan] to enter the bank dressed as policemen.15. Marie-Carmen works as a city [planner].16. You need to [plan] your trip to South America carefully so that you don't spend all your money too quickly.17. The company [plans] to open a new branch in Wales in the next year or so.18. Singer John Lennon once said that life is what happens while you are making other [plans].19. There is a Chinese proverb which states that if you are [planning] for a year, sow rice, if you are [planning] for a decade, plant trees, and if you are [planning] for a lifetime, educate people.20. The structural [plan] of the arm of a human, whale, dog, and bird is exactly the same.
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.