2018-06-11 00:35:40 UTC
1) I can't come to your party tomorrow. I have things planned.
Meaning: I have plans.
2) I am seriously in love with her and I have things planned, but I don't think
her father will let her.
Meaning: I have serious plans for all relationship (presumably marriage) but
her father won't allow her to make my plans come true.
3) I want to open a bakery. I have things planned.
4) I want to open a bakery. I have everything planned.
Meaning: I have planned how I am going to do it.
Are '1', '2', '3' and '4' grammatically correct with the given meanings?
Are they idiomatic?