English for Banking
Here are some phrases you can use at the bank.
When you go to the bank or need to use a cash machine, these are some of the English expressions you will have to use.
I’d like to deposit this check.
- I want to make a withdrawal.
- I’d like to withdraw some money.
- I’d like to order a new check book, please.
- I’d like to withdraw $ 5000 please.
- I’d like to send some money to my parents.
- ‘I’d like to break a 500 rupee note.’ ‘How would you like your money?’ ‘In hundreds, please.’
- Could you give me some smaller notes?
- I’d like to change some dollars / pounds / dinars.
- I’d like to transfer some money from my current account to my savings account.
- I’d like to cancel a check
- I’d like to cancel this standing order.
- At the post office
These English phrases will help you in a post office when you need to buy stamps, send mail, or use other services.
- I’d like to send this parcel to Tokyo.
- I’d like some stamps, please.
- Could I have an envelope?
- May I put this letter in that box?
- I’d like to send some money.
- How much will it cost to send this parcel to Nepal?
- How much will it cost to send a registered letter to Kerala?
- Can you put this envelope on the scales, please?
- I’d like to send this letter by Express. How much will it cost?
- I still haven’t received the letter that my mother sent last week.
- Where’s the postbox?
- I’ve come to collect a parcel.
- I’ve come to inquire about a registered letter.
- Can you weigh this parcel?