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I am planning of reading The Perks of Being a Wall flower, this week. Vs I am planning on reading The Perks of Being a Wall flower, this week.

Which one is grammatically correct?
And if both are , then what's the difference between these two?

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You should say "I am planning on reading..." there; "planning of" would be ungrammatical. "I plan to read..." would also be fine and mean the same thing.

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