POST-OFFICE / TELEPHONE / BANK
At the Post-office
|telegram / cable / wire, n |post, v | |express / regular / reply ~ |send, v | |letter, n |sender, n | |local / out of town / foreign ~ |addressee, n | |registed / insured / restante ~ |deliver, v | |official / personal ~ |by recorded delivery | |air-letter/aerogram ~ |pay telephone rental | |postcard, n |pay electricity bills | |plain / illustrated ~ |cash a money order | |stamp, n |form, n | |stick /paste ~ |fill in, v | |envelope, n |sign, v | |(un) stamped ~ |post-box, n | |message, n |pillar-box, n | |parcel, n |letter-box, n | |package, n |drop a letter into ~ | |insure ~ |slot machine | |money order |receipt, n | |mail, n |index number | |forward the ~ |fax, n | |~ a package |telex, n |
How much is a letter to ... ? What's the weight limit? I'd like to have a return receipt.
Types of mail
|first class |registered, a |special delivery | |second class |regular, a |air mail | |third class |valuable, a |E-mail, n...
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