“I'd like to send this via registered mail.”

English Lesson: I'd like to send this via registered mail.

You're sending a package at the post office. It's important, so you want to be able to track where the package is. You ask this at the service counter.

I'd like to send this via registered mail.

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I'd like to (do something)

"I'd like to..." is an abbreviation of "I would like to..." Use this phrase to ask for services at stores, banks, and so on:

Hi. I'd like to deposit this into checking, please.

I'd like to send this via registered mail.

I'd like to cancel my membership.

You can also use it in an email to someone when you're in a position of authority, like when you're acting as a customer.

It's also possible to write "I'd like to ___" in emails to your boss, if you're doing something that's normal and expected. For example, if you have a specific number of vacation days that you can use, and you're allowed to use them whenever you want, you can write:

I'd like to take off the week of April 3rd.

(send something) via (a method/a service)

Use the word "via" to explain the way that something is sent:

Your purchase will be shipped to you via FedEx.

Back in the day, they used to have to send messages via couriers on horseback.

registered mail

"Registered mail" is a method of sending a letter or package from a post office. Registered mail is tracked, so you can find out where your mail is and whether it's been received. People usually use registered mail for letters or packages that are kind of important.