予定 [よてい] (yotei)
Meaning: be planning to do~
Example: i am planning to go back to my country at the end of june
JLPT Level: 3
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|bamboo4||予定 is a vocab and not a grammar entry. Although I provided an example, this item should be deleted.|
|dc||i guess you're right, although つもり often comes up as a grammar item. the usage is different too.|
|yookoso||I also have come across つもり and 予定 during class studies. If I recall correctly, つもり can only be used to discuss yourself whereas 予定 can be used to discuss yourself or others.|| |
|bamboo4||Yes, dc, you are correct. yookoo is also correct in that つもり is essentuially used to express one's intentions, but you have to say that is not necessarily absolute. When you ask a question like あなたは行くつもりですか？ "tumori" in that context is not your own but somebody else's so that it is esentially equivalent to あなたは行く予定ですか？.|
The example I gave for 予定,however, cannot be replaced by つもり.
|bamboo4||I have given examples of つもり included in "See Also."|| |
|Campbell||Tsumori can also be used to describe the state of mind...|
美味しい煎餅を食べたつもりです。 in the state of mind like I ate a delicious cookie.
|mireille||来週帰国する嵐閧ﾅす。 [ex #7026]|
I plan to go back to my home country next month.
The kanji "next week" is used here. ^^;
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