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Hi. Please help me with a problem.
Is the following grammatically correct:
"I don't know his plans. He was to go to London next week, but I'm not sure whether he will."
Thank you very, very much.

  • English -

    It's fine, but I'd make it clearer:

    ... he was planning to go ...

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