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I need to discuss it with my team in order to prepare the estimation of the proposal.

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kumenglishI need to discuss it with my team in order to prepare the estimation of the proposal.

I need to discuss it with my team in order to prepare the cost estimates for the project as defined in the proposal.

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Estimation for, not of, the proposal.

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I need to discuss it with my team in order to prepare the estimation for the proposal.

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There was no mention of cost estimates in the original; the addition of cost estimates was arbitrary, once again, and the arbitrary construction once again promoted to an answer. A pattern is emerging in the proposal. Good meeting, everyone!

kumenglish

I need to discuss it with my team in order to prepare the estimation of the proposal.

Is this correct?

It is almost correct. That said, I think you tried to pack too many words in a sentence that sometimes become confusing. An estimate is a rundown of costs, not a proposal.

Suggestion: I will have to discuss the details with my team before we can provide you with a cost estimate.

Jack Dammitthe addition of cost estimates was arbitrary, once again,

Note: I have been interacting with this user for more than 7 months in the forums. He's posted over 750 times, all on the subject of his business communications, and I have responded to many, if not most, of his questions. I have developed a pretty good sense of what words he is missing to get his meaning across.

His business English is improving, but still has a ways to go.

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