How to interrupt the delivery of a mail i sent to somebody through the us post office?
Topic: How to write letter n
June 16, 2019 / By Abe Question:
i just sent a letter( regular mail) to my girl friend through us postal service . i used the hard words in the letter . now i talked to day on the phone she told me she just got a heart surgery ( i did n t know that before to write the letter) ! if she receives the mail that can be dramatic !! is it possible to ask the post office to stop the delivery of this letter?
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Shona | 8 days ago
Not likely. Your best bet is to call her parents and ask them to intercept the letter as your afraid as to what effect it will have on her. That's probably you best option! Good luck!
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The only way that could happen is if you sent it in a way that would keep a tracking number on it, and even then it's not all that likely.
Either ask someone to intercept for you, or come clean with her, saying you wrote a letter and you were out of line, and ask that she not open it but just throw it away.
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No you can't. The mail will go through. But maybe you can volunteer to run her errands until she is on her feet and pick up her mail and then you can get the letter that way. Hope she is felling better and that you think before doing that again.
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Anyone think of telling the truth? That you made a bad mistake, and would she please destroy and not read the letter, or ask whoever is picking up her mail to do that?
People make mistakes, the Post Office won't help, but if she is sensible, she will not read the letter.
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Originally Answered: 2) In German, how to say: “I PASSED by the train station, the city hall, the post office”?
1. Ich bin am (an dem) Bahnhof vorbeigegangen/vorbeigefahren.
2. Ich bin am (an dem) Rathaus vorbeigegangen/vorbeigefahren.
3. Ich bin an der Post vorbeigegangen/vorbeigefahren.
4. Ich bin an der Party vorbeigegangen/vorbeigefahren.
(in case you mean, you were there for a short time (you dropped by), it's more common to say:
Ich habe auf der Party vorbeigeschaut.)
5. Ich bin an der Hochzeit vorbeigegangen/vorbeigefahren.
(here the same thing as above: Ich habe auf der Hochzeit vorbeigeschaut.)
6. Ich bin am (an dem) Konzert vorbeigegangen/vorbeigefahren. (Ich habe auf dem Konzert vorbeigeschaut.)
7. Ich bin am (an dem) Markt vorbeigegangen/vorbeigefahren.
8. Ich bin am (an dem) Marktplatz vorbeigegangen/vorbeigefahren.
A) Post and Postamt are the same, but most people say "Post".
B) Party and Feier are the same, Feier/Fest is the original German word, but since we use a few Anglicisms (English words that were adapted by the German language) - Therefore most young people say Party instead of Feier :)