Addressing an envelope in care of someone else

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Hi there

How to adress an envelope in care of someone else? For instance if you'd like to have your cousin, who lives in another country, receive your score sheet. Pleas give an example.

Thanks
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Hi,

How to address an envelope in care of someone else? For instance if you'd like to have your cousin, who lives in another country, receive your score sheet. Please give an example.

My cousin is Tom Smith. I want to send the score sheet to Fred Jones, so that he can give it to Tom. The envelope would say

Tom Smith,

c/o Fred Jones, (c/o stands for In care of)

street address,

city,

province,

country,

etc.

Best wishes, Clive
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CliveHi,

How to address an envelope in care of someone else? For instance if you'd like to have your cousin, who lives in another country, receive your score sheet. Please give an example.

My cousin is Tom Smith. I want to send the score sheet to Fred Jones, so that he can give it to Tom. The envelope would say

Tom Smith,

c/o Fred Jones, (c/o stands for In care of)

street address,

city,

province,

country,

etc.

Best wishes, Clive

Thans alot clive, it was helpful.
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