English grammar

Reply Wed 25 Nov, 2020 10:59 am
Hi guys, I’m new member here. Nice to see you 😊
I have a trouble with this sentence: “That’s Saturday planned”
I think this can be fully written like that: “That is Saturday planned”
So, “is” is a verb here, and “Saturday planned” is a phrase. But I’ve looked up “planned” and it’s Adjective.. I’ve never seen Adjective after Noun before. That’s why I’m quite confused.
Please help me.
Thank you so much 😊
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Reply Wed 25 Nov, 2020 11:04 am
It’s a past participle of the verb to plan. You can use other past participles in a similar way. That’s Wednesday sorted, that’s the cat fixed, that’s the table broken etc.
Reply Wed 25 Nov, 2020 11:10 am
Oh God.. I can’t believe it’s such that easy to understand..! Thank you a lots ☺️☺️
Reply Wed 25 Nov, 2020 11:39 am
Good, glad to be of help.
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