Sending a letter is almost old-fashioned in the age of emails, Twitter, smartphones & Co. Especially some representatives of the younger generation who don’t even know how to actually send a letter anymore. So it’s high time for a complete guide to it!
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How to properly send a letter
Basically, sending a letter is a breeze. However, you should make sure that you are doing everything correctly to ensure that the letter you send actually arrives.
- First of all, you need stationery that is suitable for your purposes. In most cases, a normal, white A4 sheet of paper is sufficient on which you write the content of your letter.
- Then you have to put the letter in a suitable envelope. You can get matching envelopes in various shapes and sizes at the post office and in the stationery shop.
- You can also buy a matching stamp there. Depending on the size and weight of the letter, you have to pay the appropriate postage so that the shipment can be sent properly.
Arrange the sender and address correctly on the letter
The address or the address to which the letter is to send belongs parallel to the long sides of the letter on the front of the envelope and should always place in the right middle part.
- If you use an envelope with a window. You must place the address on the letterhead itself or on a separate piece of paper. So that it can easily read behind the window.
- The sender and the stamp also place on the front of the envelope. The sender to the top left and the stamp to the top right.
If you follow these instructions. All you have to do is seal the envelope and throw it in the nearest mailbox so that it can send. If you have further or specific questions, it is best to contact the Post Service Center directly.
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