How to say correctly "stick with the plan" or "stick to the plan"?
Hello! Is there any difference between these two phrases?
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Stick with the plan is SOFTER like saying: continue doing what we planned.. Stick to the Plan means like "Don't deviate from what we planned"
You will be understood using both ,if you speak with confidence people would not even notice if you misused a phrase.
"Stick to the plan" is more common.
Stick with the plan is less Strict like to say continue to do what we did before. Instead Stick to the plan is when no devoatins are allowed
Stick to the plan is correct.
stick to the plan is commonly used.
Stick to the plan is the most used one, but to make it more formal is better to use to adhere to. If you need any further help I will be more than happy to answer your questions Have a good day Najwa
hi lasylu, I would say stick with the plan is more of a casual reminder to the other person to continue with initial plans but stick to the plan is more stern and more of a harsh warning to the other person
Stick to the plan = "we have to continue doing what we planned" Stick with the plan = is a bit softer, more like advice rather than an absolute must. Hope this helps. Message if you need more help. Best, Dale
MRLUKE is correct!
Stick to the plan is not bussiness English.