Q: ‘ive exhausted every evil plan in my cabinet’ what does EXHAUST mean IN THIS CONTEXT?? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means “used up” :)
Q: entire plan とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Entire means whole. The whole plan or all of the plan
Q: You have already opened a higher plan! とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I am not sure about the context so it is hard to translate. It could refer to a subscription plan. Did you pay money to subscribe to this app?

If you are subscribed to this app already but you pressed a button on the app to try to subscribe again, this message may have suddenly popped up. The message is probably saying that you already subscribed to a more expensive plan / a plan with more features.

Q: Maybe I shouldn't try to make another plan so soon, but..(I'm happy if I can receive Japanese translation) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 多分すぐに別の計画を立てるべきではない、けど…
Q: So much for that plan. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The plan is/was useless or didn't work.

You plan to drive to the airport but your car doesn't start.
You can say: "So much for that plan!"

The kids plan to sneak out while their parents are watching TV but they get caught.
They can say "so much for that plan!"


Q: plan on~ / be planing on~ を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: “I plan on going to the movies with my friends!” “We are planning on ordering food while we’re there.”
Q: what's the plan...? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "Okay, I'm ready to go! What's the plan?"
"First, we'll go to the mall. Later, we'll catch a movie."

"Okay, so we're behind schedule. What's the plan?"
"Let's stop working on this document because it's not necessary to ship the product. We can finish it later."
Q: plan を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Here are two examples of sentences using the word "plan".
1. I have plans to take my dog on a walk tonight.
2. I plan to learn the English Language.

Here are three examples of sentences using daily expressions:
1. Hi! I am glad that you came over, make yourself at home.
2. She said that to him? No way!
3. Oh my gosh, today has been a difficult day.

I hope I have helped. :)
Q: plan on forcusing on one thing, を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: You are trying to study too many different things. Plan on focusing on one thing instead
Q: plan(how to use it in the life ,the more the better) を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I plan to do this today.

This is a plan!

The general floor plan shows the estimated size of the house.

Have you made any plans for the holidays?

I have a concrete plan for this mission.


Q: i plan to go thailand soon と i'm planning to go thailand soon はどう違いますか?
A: 똑같아 The general idea is the same even though the second one used continuous form. I feel that the main difference depends on how the question is being asked. If the question is "what do you plan to do?" then you use the first answer. If the question is "what are you doing?" or "what are you planning to do?" then you use the second answer.
Q: plan と project はどう違いますか?
A: What is your plan to complete this many tasks in such a short amount of time ?
What is your plan on the first day of vacation?
What is your plan of action to attend this school ?

My project on chemical reactions is due next week
My coworkers and I collaborated on this super important project

The project's deadline was pushed up to this Friday.

Q: plan something と plan on something はどう違いますか?
A: "I plan on cooking dinner tonight" = "I plan to cook dinner tonight"

"I plan on going to the park tomorrow" = "I plan to go to the park tomorrow"

It's the same. The only difference is that you should use the present participle (–ing) form of the verb if you use "plan on"
Q: I will~ と I plan to ~ と I'm going to ~ はどう違いますか?
A: "I will ~" and "I am going to go ~" mean that I do not doubt that it will happen; it is going to happen; I see no reason why it won't happen.
"I plan to ~" somewhat implies that maybe it won't happen.

Usually, if you are speaking of something far in the future, you use "plan to".
Next summer, I plan to go to Germany. [But, I might not be able to.]
This weekend, I'm going to complete my project. [and I'm sure of that.]
Q: It seems to me that she knows the plan. と She seems to know the plan. はどう違いますか?
A: Very good question indeed. I will try to explain in a way that isn't to complex. For the first sentence: "It seems to me that she knows the plan", is mostly based on your perspective/ personal experience; in your opinion she knows the plan. Compared to "She seems to know the plan", which most likely means that you have hear something to make you believe that she knows what she is doing. I hope this was helpful.


Q: plan B , plan alternativo , plan de respaldo は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: "Plan b", "a second plan", "a backup plan" or "an alternative plan"🐘
Q: 1.내일 약속있어요?
2. 결혼하겠다고 약속해줘
3. 오후 2시에 의사선생님을 만나기로 약속했어요
4. 북한을 공격하지 않겠다고 약속하세요.
plan, promise, appointment, commitment 등의 차이와 관련해서 답변 바랍니다 は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: 1. Do you have any plans tomorrow? (Or ... plans for tomorrow?)

2. Please promise me that you will marry me. (I’m not sure how many people would be in a situation to say this though)

3. I have a doctor’s appointment at 2 pm.

4. We would like you to commit to no military action against North Korea.
Q: plan lekcji は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
Q: 建築図面 =How do I say "all of architectural plan". ex. floor plan, elevation, detail … は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: sorry I am not a architect haha
Q: plan は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください


Q: have you got any plans for tonight? we decided to go to the pub to grab some beer この表現は自然ですか?
A: Do you have any plans tonight? We decided to go to the pub for a few beers.
Q: “in your plan” or "on your plan"?
Q: I have no plans for now to make such picture この表現は自然ですか?
A: A more natural way to say it would be "I have no plans to make such a picture for now"
Q: Your plan is awesome! :) Our next class will be August 29th, 11:30A.M. (GMT +9). Next time, I’d like to start with practice for phrasal verbs, and then discuss about the article you send me. I’m happy to have a class with you and I thank you for all of your helps! See you then ~~ Have a great day! この表現は自然ですか?
A: I would just change this: "and thank you for helping!"
Q: How do you use "lest"? Can I say "Lest us not give up!" (on our plan)
A: You can't use lest like you did in that sentence ("Lest us not give up!")

In that case, you would have to say "Let us not give up!"

Lest is a subordinating conjunction, so think of the word "unless" or "since". Think about the way you need to use them to connect the two parts of your sentence together. One part depends on the other part, so you have to have both parts otherwise your sentence won't make sense.

"Lest" means:
1) in order that ____ doesn't happen"
2) "To avoid the possibility that...."
So in both cases you need to show what the word is referring to, which creates the dependent clause in your sentence.

"Let's not hold hands lest anyone think we're dating." (Either definition works)

"She didn't want to talk lest she reveal the secret" (#2)

"He always checks his homework twice lest he make a mistake and lose marks for it" (#1)

Hope that helps!