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En las cartas semi-oficiales, debajo del nombre de la persona a quien va dirigida, muchas veces dice simplemente "Ciudad"...significa esto ""this city"", o sea la misma ciudad de donde el autor de la carta escribe y la cual aparece arriba, con la fecha??? O es una de esas cosas que simplemente se omiten por no tener equivalente en Inglés?
Explanation: It used be a common practice in UK when sending birthday cards and similar non-sealed envelopes to people in the same town or city. However, I believe the practice is frowned on by postal authorities nowadays (in UK). It seems to be common in South America thugh.
Sheilann Spain Local time: 01:32 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 886