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Should you say have planned to be out or has planned to be out?

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Karen Wright on January 24, 2018

That depends on the pronoun you are using at the time. Example: "I plan to be". "You have planned to be out." "She has planned." "They have planned to be out." "We have planned." "John has planned." "The whole family has planned."

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