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Explanation: "What are your plans for the weekend?" is a very English (English-speaking) way of putting this question. Most Lithuanians would simply say "What are you doing this weekend?" (The Lithuanian "Ką veiksi savaitgalį?" actually translates literally as "What will you be doing..." "Or What will you do ...") [Lithuanian, unlike English, is not inclined to use the present tense when talking about the future.].
Gintautas Kaminskas Australia Local time: 21:34 Works in field Native speaker of: Lithuanian PRO pts in category: 32