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    of services or for services

    Hi all

    Which of two sentences is correct:
    "the cost estimate of visa arrangement services was sent yesterday" or
    "the cost estimate for visa arrangement services was sent yesterday" ?

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: of services or for services

    Quote Originally Posted by MarieLina View Post
    Hi all

    Which of two sentences is correct:
    "the cost estimate of visa arrangement services was sent yesterday" or
    "the cost estimate for visa arrangement services was sent yesterday" ?

    Thanks in advance
    You can use either. I'd use 'for'. "... cost of the services ..."; "... estimate for the services ..."

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