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Podpora rozvoje cizích jazyků pro Evropu 21. stol. INVESTICE DO ROZVOJE VZDĚLÁVÁNÍ. Tento projekt je spolufinancován Evropským sociálním fondem a státním rozpočtem České republiky. POSTAL SERVICES. Label First-class post Postmark Postcode/postal code airmail Address of sender

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Podpora rozvoje cizích jazyků pro Evropu 21. stol.

INVESTICE DO ROZVOJE VZDĚLÁVÁNÍ

Tento projekt je spolufinancován Evropským sociálním fondem a státním rozpočtem České republiky.

post office vocabulary
Label

First-class post

Postmark

Postcode/postal code

airmail

Address of sender

Certified mail ((US) – doporučený dopis

Postal order (Br) = Money order (US) – peněžní poukázka

Express mail

Post office - vocabulary
  • Scales
  • Counter
  • Counter assistant
  • Post office van
  • letter-box/postbox
  • Delivery
  • Delivery by courier
  • Stamp
  • Sheet of stamps
  • parcel
royal mail post office products and services
Royal Mail – Post Office Products and services
  • Postal services
  • Financial and banking services, including personal loans, car and home insurance, a “two in one” credit card , savings and investment products and bill payments
  • Travel services, including foreign currency exchange, travel insurance, passport application check and send service
royal mail post office products and services1
Royal Mail – Post Office Products and services
  • HomePhone (our home telephone service), directory enquiries, phonecards and mobile phone top-ups
  • Postal orders, gift vouchers and cards, lottery products and licence applications.
royal mail general logistics systems gls
Royal Mail - General Logistics Systems (GLS)
  • GLS is our European parcels business and Parcelforce Worldwide is its UK partner. Based at GLS head office in the Netherlands, it has14,500 employees.
  • GLS handles over 1 million parcels a day. Its core operation is business-to-business parcels deliveries and it has 220,000 customers in 34 states across Europe.
history of british postal services
History of British Postal Services
  • The Romans brought a messenger system to Britain and built a number of roads around the country. After the Norman invasion in 1066, the postal system gradually developed. It used the existing Roman roads and letters were delivered on horseback.
  • When Charles I opened up his ‘royal mail’ for use by the public in 1635, he laid the foundations for the Post Office as an institution. Oliver Cromwell established the General Post Office in 1657 and after the Restoration, Charles II authorised the General Post Office to operate the ‘royal mail’.
  • The world's first ever postage stamp - the Penny Black - was issued in Britain by the Post Office in 1840. Since then, the concept of pre-paid postage with adhesive stamps has spread around the world.
history of british postal services1
History of British Postal Services
  • The world's first ever postage stamp - the Penny Black - was issued in Britain by the Post Office in 1840. Since then, the concept of pre-paid postage with adhesive stamps has spread around the world.
  • The beginning of uniform penny postage in 1840 made sending mail affordable to all for the first time.
  • Highly significant changes in the history of the postal service took place in 2006. After Royal Mail had held the monopoly for almost 400 years, the postal service was opened to allow other providers to deliver mail.
events in royal post history
Events in Royal Post History
  • 3rdC - The Theosian Code mentions overnight shelters spaced at 12-mile intervals which provide accommodation for messengers.
  • 1100 - It is estimated that between 1100 and 1135, an average of 4,500 letters per year are sent.
  • 1216 - At the end of King John's reign, there are fifteen or sixteen royal messengers delivering messages on horseback.
events in royal post history1
Events in Royal Post History
  • 14thC - Messengers travelling near to London are paid twopence per day and those travelling around the rest of the country are allocated 20 pence for an eight-day trip.
  • 1386 - Richard II signs his name on a letter. This is the first known use of a royal signature; before this, the wax seal has lent authority to royal letters.
  • 1682 - An Inland Office report declares the London Penny Post illegal and it is closed down in November. Less than a month later, the government opens its own penny post service in London, very similar to the one it has just declared illegal.
stamps in art
Stamps in art
  • Presented at a stamp exhibit in Tokyo
  • Author Nagai Kentaro
  • a collection of twelve stamps which recreate the chinese zodiac symbols out of the continents. from the top: rat, cow, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog, boar
more stamps in art
More stamps in art
  • See the following link:

http://www.hyperexperience.com/?p=876

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INVESTICE DO ROZVOJE VZDĚLÁVÁNÍ

Tato výuková prezentace byla pořízena z finančních prostředků hrazených Evropským sociálním fondem

a rozpočtem České republiky.

Tento projekt je spolufinancován Evropským sociálním fondem a státním rozpočtem České republiky.