A Tea Stall

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A tea stall is, now a days, a common sight in towns and in village markets. People can have tea there. The stall has two compartments. In one there is the fireplace of the stall and in the other, there are chairs, tables and showcases containing loaves, biscuits, sweetmeats etc. There are stall boys in every tea-stall. They serve tea and other refreshment to the customers. People get into a tea-stall and take tea. Some go on talking on politics or affairs of the locality as they sip for the cups of tea, Often do nothing fellows gather in a tea-stall and pass away their time in idle gossip. A tea-stall has visitors from morning till late at night.

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