Can anyone please let me know the difference between these two sentences?

We are planned for audit on Friday.

We planned for audit on Friday.

Which one is correct, or are both wrong?


2 Answers 2


We can plan an audit. The audit can be planned by us. The audit can be planned by someone else. But we are not planned; we (or they) are the planners. We are not the thing that is planned. We can be ready for the audit that is planned for Friday.


Both are wrong, in that they are missing an an before audit.

Both are also wrong in grammar.

It should be

"We have an audit planned on Friday."

  • I think this works as well: "We have an audit planned for Friday." What do you say?
    – Kinzle B
    Nov 12, 2014 at 12:05
  • @KinzleB Yep, that's good too.
    Nov 12, 2014 at 12:06

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