"Here is our plan."
Translation:Вот наш план.
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"Наш" is "our" for masculine nouns.
"Наше" is "our" for neuter nouns.
How can I tell the difference between what is a masculine noun, a neuter noun, or a feminine noun?
Look at the ending of the noun. If a noun ends with a consonant, it is masculine. Female end in a, neuter in o. There are instances where Female and Neuter nouns end with other vowels, but think of this as a rule of thumb to begin identifying gender.
There is a different meaning of the word
план in Russian. It means -
marijuana. Of course this is slang. So if You had put on a table a matchbox and said "Here's our plan" someone can think about marijuana.
Because in this sentence you're presenting the plan, so you must use "вот", which translates to "here is".
Вот is for presenting something or someone. Здесь is used for telling the location or presence (here).