I’d like to send a cable to Japan.
A sentence that’s so oldfashioned that even I feel young.
Probably all the younger learners try to translate with “cavo” or the like and ask themselves: “Don’t they have their own cables in Japan?”
Once upon a time, before whatsapp, before email, even before fax, there was …
I even got one at the day of my wedding from a old aunt in the US.