Essay Topics on PICNIC

English_Master February 28, 2016 No Comments
PICNIC Last Monday our principal granted us a one-day holiday because our class had shown brilliant results in the annual examinations. The day was cloudy and a pleasant breeze was blowing across. Raju, Rahul, Jyoti, Alpna, Sweety and I were thinking of visiting the zoo in the afternoon. But when I suggested that we should have a picnic on the bank of a river, all of them welcomed the idea. We set off on our bicycles (motor-bikes) in high spirits, each carrying a basket. We took the main road. The green fields of wheat and other crops, waving in the breeze, stretched on either side greeted us. Some farmers were seen cutting grass and binding them into sheaves. How delightful it was to get away from the noisy streets and in the open fresh air! At last, we reached the river. The water was flowing quietly. We came upon a grassy spot under a large banyan tree. We disembarked our baskets and kettles. We were now tired and hungry. Rahul and I went to gather some dry branches Jyoti lit fire and placed the kettle on it for preparing tea for all of us. Raju opened the baskets. O, what a delicious tea it was! I had never tasted...
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Essay Topics on PICNIC

English_Master November 27, 2015 No Comments
PICNIC Last Monday our principal granted us a holiday because our class had shown brilliant results in the annual examination. The day was cloudy and a pleasant breeze was blowing. Raju, Rahul, Jyoti, Alpna, Sweety and I were thinking of visiting the zoo in the afternoon. When I suggested that we should have a picnic on the bank of a river, all of them welcomed the idea. We set off on our bicycles in high spirits, each carrying a basket. We took the main road. The green fields of wheat and others crops, waving in the breeze, stretched on the either side greeted us. Some farmers were seen cutting grass and binding them into sheves.  How delightful it was to get away from the noisy, streets and in the open fresh air! At last, we reached the river. The water flowed quietly. We came upon a grassy spot under a large banyan tree. We disembarked our baskets and kettles. We were now tired and hungry. Joyti lit fire and placed the kettle on it for preparing for tea for all of us. Raju opened the baskets. O, what a delicious tea it was! I had never tasted one like that before. We opened our lunch boxes and had a...
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