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If I want to confirm something with someone, let say that "something" is a package and I would like to confirm if he/she have sent that package to a certain location. How would I say it in Japanese?

Edit: Highlighted the word "confirm" since I am wondering if there is any equivalent word or phrase being used in Japanese...
 

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What is the relation between you and that person? Do you want to say it casually or politely?
 

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I think it would be necessary to say politely?

Though, I have heard it will also become awkward if too much polite terms are used?
 

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It totally depends on the relation between the speaker/writer and the addressee, as I wrote previously. So, what is yours?
 

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Thanks for the help.

Let say the relationship is buyer and seller, and the package is to be sent from Japan to Canada for example.
 

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確認したいのですが、商品はカナダに発送済みでしょうか?
Kakunin shitai no desu ga, shōhin wa KANADA ni hassō-zumi de shō ka?
 
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