A Tea Stall

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A Tea Stall

A tea stall is very common both in towns and villages in our country. It usually sits in a crowded place. It is found in a marketplace, a square, a bus stand, a railway station and near schools and colleges. In a tea stall usually, tea is served to the customers in exchange for money. But biscuits, bananas, cigarettes, betel leaves, etc are also sold there. Though some tea stalls are well-furnished, most of them are poorly furnished. It is usually decorated with chairs, tables and benches. People go to a tea stall to take a cup of tea to remove their tiredness. A tea stall is kept open from early morning till late night. In a tea stall, there are generally two people to manage and run it. One is a grown-up man who prepares tea and takes bills from the customers, and the other is a young boy who serves tea, biscuits, etc to the customers. Sometimes, people come to a tea stall in a group and raise a storm over the cup. They discuss politics, daily affairs, various problems and whatnot. After all, a tea stall is a useful place for many people.

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