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Is it correct?

I airmailed it to you last week, and I believe you should be receiving it soon.

- is the word "airmailed" used correctly here? is it fine to use "post"? which one is more common?

- "should be receiving" used correctly here? or I have to write "will be receiving"?

- The structure and style of the whole sentence is okay? or you have any better advise?

Thank you!
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\Is it correct?

I airmailed it to you last week, and I believe you should be receiving it soon.
- is the word "airmailed" used correctly here? Yes. is it fine to use "post"? (Yes, it is more British and American) which one is more common? Airmail is a specific type of mailing.
- "should be receiving" used correctly here? Yes, it means that I expect it to arrive soon. or I have to write "will be receiving"? You can, but it means "I am certain you will get it soon."
- Is the structure and style of the whole sentence is okay? Yes.
or you have any better advice?
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1)"I airmailed it to you last week, and I believe that you receive it soon"

2)"I airmailed it to you last week, and I believe you to receive it soon"
3)"I airmailed it to you last week, and I believe you'll receive it soon"
1)"I airmailed it to you last week, and I believe that you receive it soon" No

2)"I airmailed it to you last week, and I believe you to receive it soon"No
3)"I airmailed it to you last week, and I believe you'll receive it soon" OK.
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