Upset or spoil My sentence is Sorry for upsetting you r planning. ( someone planned , arranged where every person should go and you cannot go where you were told so you ask for changes in the planning Does it make sense?
May 23, 2016 1:17 PM
Answers · 2
It is more common to say "ruining your pans" or "spoiling your plans". "upset" is not the best choice here, since it normally refers to disrupting something that is happening. A plan refers to something not happening at the moment.
May 23, 2016
Yes, this sounds fine to me. I think it would be more common to say "upsetting your plans", but your statement is perfectly grammatical and understandable.
May 23, 2016
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