How to sign an envelope?
In our age of high distribution of computer technologies, we are less and less often writing letters with a pen on paper. Many young people do not know how to sign an envelope. But in life there is anything, and sometimes such a need still arises. So, you need to send a letter by mail, but how to sign the envelope correctly? This question is quite important, because it depends on the literacy of filling in the lines how soon the letter will be delivered to the addressee. In fact, everything is not so difficult as you might think.
Well, if there is an opportunity to print an already filled envelope on the printer, and if not, then the handwriting of the recipient should be clear and legible. Start filling in the From field. Enter your surname, name and patronymic, below write the address in this order: street, house and apartment number, region, territory or republic, city. If you are sending a letter abroad, the final point is to specify the country. In the column titled "index" indicate the index of your post office.
Now go to fill in the data about the recipient.They are indicated in the lower right corner of the envelope. Fill them in the same way as the sender. Very often letters are addressed not to a specific person, but to an enterprise. In this case, instead of the initials, enter the name of the organization and department in which the letter should be transferred.
In the lower left of the envelope is a code stamp. Circle the digits corresponding to the post office of the recipient. Usually the fill pattern is located on the back of the envelope. Fill the stamp in straight lines, carefully, avoid corrections.
The rules of how to sign an envelope in Ukraine and in Russia do not have fundamental differences. Filling language can be both Russian and Ukrainian. Now you have to stick the stamp and put the envelope in the mailbox. You can buy a stamp at the post office. To send a letter in Ukraine, you can purchase a special envelope with an already printed stamp, it is called “in Ukraine”.