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    Lunch

    Please help me write this phrase:

    Tomorrow Nick and Andy will provide lunch. Or, Tomorrow lunch will be provided by Nick and Andy.

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    Re: Lunch

    I think both are okay.
    The first is an active sentence, and the second is a passive one.
    There are often several versions of sentences which are still correct.

    Cheers!

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