Are you planning to have a cake made?


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Is it correct to say: "Are you planning to have a cake made?" with the meaning that someone else is going to make a cake for you?
Would it be better to say: "Do you plan on having a cake made?"

  • Biffo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    Both sentences are correct, idiomatic English. They have the same meaning.

    I confirm that they are correct in British English.
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