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    estimation for / estimation of

    What is correct way of writing the below sentence

    1. Estimation for the work will be given tomorrow
    2 Estimation of the work will be given tomorrow

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    Re: estimation for / estimation of

    It's usually better to write in the active voice, although this passive-voice sentence doesn't demonstrate it. Write We will provide an estimate of the work tomorrow.
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