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Let's say you guys are setting up a plan to catch a burglar redhanded. Then you say:

I had/have a plan to be able to catch the burglar redhanded.

This is kinda confusing for me, it's like ''I wanted to go for a holiday'' to ''I want to go for a walk'' kind of thing... help, is it had or have?

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You say

I have a plan to be able to catch the burglar redhanded.

because you are talking about the present. If you use "had", the sentence will become a past tense, which means that you had a plan in the past but now you don't have one.

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