Intention & plan

Reply Tue 26 Jun, 2018 03:23 pm
In English grammar books, it is often written that we use "be going to" to talk about our intentions or plans. Can you tell me what's the difference between "intention" and "plan" (if there is any)?
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Reply Wed 27 Jun, 2018 12:20 am
One meaning of to plan is to intend to, and in that usage, there is no distinction between intent and plan. The verb plan may mean a detailed description upon which someone will act to accomplish an end, to reach a goal; and it may mean simply to intend to do something. That second usage is it's use in this case, so there is no difference.
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