A Tea Stall

Tea is a popular drink all over the world. So, a tea stall is a common place to all classes of people. In a tea stall hot drink or tea is supplied. Biscuits, bread, bananas, betel leaf are also available here. It opens early in the morning and closes late at night. It is usually found at the turn of the road, in the train station or steamer Ghats, near a factory or an office. It is not well-furnished. Even in some stalls there are no chairs but benches. A tea stalls has normally two parts. It the front part there are chairs, tables and show-cases. It the other apart there is the kitchen. A boy is employed in a tea stall. Sometimes, the owner himself serves as the boy and the cashier. Different kinds of people gather here. They refresh themselves with cup of tea and discuss politics in a tea stall. Thus a tea stall is a noisy and busy place. Really its utility cannot be ignored.

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A Tea Stall

Question:

  • What is a tea stall?
  • Where is it found?
  • What are sold here?
  • What sorts of customers come here?
  • What do the customers do besides taking tea?
  • Answer: tea is the most popular drink in the present-day word. A modern man cannot think of starting his day’s work without taking a cup of tea. A tea stall is a place where tea is prepared and served to the customers. It is found both in towns and in village markets. It is visited by people of almost all walks of life. Daily or other papers are found spread on the table in tea stall. They give the customers good topics for discussion. People of the village gather in a village tea stall and discuss village politics. Many disputes and problems of the village are also discussed here and settled. The manager of the tea stall sits behind the cash box and receives payment from the customers. A tea stall opens early in the morning and remains open till the late hours of night. Thus we find that a tea stall plays of very important role in our day-to day life.

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    A tea stall

    Question: Write a paragraph about ‘a tea stall’ using the following key-words:

    • Sight.
    • Drink.
    • Friends.
    • Well-kept.
    • Diseases.

    Answer: a tea stall is a common sight either in a town or in a village hat. In towns tea stalls are in numerable. There is one at almost every street corner. Tea has now become the popular drink. A tea stall opens early in the morning. It is kept open till late hours in the night. So one can have tea at any time from morning till midnight. Secondly, a tea stall in a place where friends can meet as in a club. For this, they need not pay anything. A well-kept tea stall is of great service, but an ill-kept one may cause ill health by spreading diseases.