A Tea Stall
Where is a tea stall found? How is it furnished? What things are sold here? Who serves tea? Where does the manager sit and what is his function? What is the condition of a tea stall? How long does a tea stall remain open? What do the customers do in the tea stall?
A tea stall is a common sight in our country. It is found in cities, towns, bazaars, and railway stations. bus stands and even in villages. It is a small shop. In a tea stall, there are a few chairs, tables, or benches. Prepared tea is sold here. Biscuits, cakes, loaves, bananas, cigarettes, and betel leal are also sold here. There is often a boy or two to serve tea to the customers. The manager sits behind the cash box and collects money from the customer. An ordinary tea stall is dirty. A kettle is always kept hot on the stove. A tea stall opens in the morning and closes late at night. A tea stall is a popular place. People of different ages and classes come here. They take tea and talk with one another. They discuss various subjects. They also talk on village politics, national and international politics and on current affairs. Sometimes customers raise a storm over a cup of tea. A tea stall is an important place of social gathering indeed.
Word meaning: common (al-; prepare b-ge; loaf in, betel leaf in Allen lady), collective customer to ordinary lady me, stove in, dirty vেarious – বিভিন্ন current affairs চলতি ঘটন; gather by- জা করা বা হওয়া।