Friday Flashcard: Spanish Post Office Vocabulary

Hello everyone, and happy Friday! Who doesn’t love to receive mail? While of course some mail is no fun at all (bills for example), there are times when receiving a piece of mail can really brighten your day. I love receiving packages, and the anticipation of  waiting for something ordered online is always fun! And although the dawn of email means receiving and sending significantly less snail mail than before, the holiday season will soon be here and for many people that means sending a lot of packages and holiday greeting cards. So for this week’s post we’ve gathered up a list of Spanish post office vocabulary words that might come in useful the next time you visit your local post office. And here’s what we came up with! Do you like to receive mail? Are you like many people we know who never send anything through the post office anymore? We hope that wherever you are that you are getting a good start to your weekend and are getting a chance to do something that you enjoy…and maybe even receive a great package or letter in the mail! Until next week!

the letter= la carta

the mailman= el cartero

the mail= el correo

the stamp= el sello

the scissors= las tijeras

the envelope= el sobre

the wrapping paper=el papel de regalo

the mailbox= el buzón

post office box= apartado de correos

zip code= el código postal

the box= la caja

to weigh= pesar

the address= la dirección

the package= el paquete

certified mail= correo certificado

registered mail= correo registrado

send a letter= enviar una carta

receive mail= recibir correo

pick up a package= recoger un paquete

 

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