Question: Answer the following questions to form a continuous paragraph. (100 words)
- Who is a street beggar?
- Where is he generally seen?
- How does he draw people’s attention?
- How does he pass his days?
- How can you evaluate him?
Answer: A man who earns his livelihood by begging in a street is called a street beggar. The street beggar is a common sight in Bangladesh. His life is pitiable and deplorable. He is known to all of us. He stands at the roadside and stretches his hand with a shout for a paisa or a note. He is found all around the town or cities. He draws people’s attention through appealing in various ways like shouting, singing, and so on. He wears torn and patched dress. Some of them are invalid. He begs from dawn to dusk and returns home with whatever he gets. With this small income, he supports himself and his family. He is never happy as he always depends upon others’ help and mercy. He at times begs from door to door. So the life of a street beggar is very miserable. We should rehabilitate them in proper places. So that they can lead and live a normal life with a sense of honor. And we should make it possible for the street beggar to take part in economic activities.
A Street Beggar
Question: Write a paragraph about “A Street Beggar” by answering the following questions.
- Who is a street beggar?
- Where is a street beggar seen?
- How does a street beggar look?
- What does a street beggar do to have alms?
- What does he do to the people who give him alms?
Answer: A street beggar begs in the streets. He is a very familiar figure in the country. Usually, he sits at one side of a street. Sometimes he moves from one place to another to beg. A street beggar is often found at the railway stations and the bus stations. He does not stop until he gets coins from a passer-by. He prays for the passerby after getting coins to form him. Sometimes, he recites a few verses from the holy Quran to draw attention. He begs for alms in a low and modest voice. He is usually sick and weak. He has no house of his own. He sleeps under the open sky or in the street. He can hardly support his family with his small income. Begging cannot be a profession. It should be stopped. For this, the beggars should be rehabilitated.
Paragraph about A Street Beggar
A man who earns money and leads his life by begging is called Street Beggar. Generally, he lives from hand to mouth and he is always seen in public places like – at the railway station, bus stand, in the market, besides the main road and different places. He lives in a slum or in a small hut or in the open sky. He always puts on an old and dirty dress. Every day he gets up early in the morning. Then he leaves his house begging. He goes door to door to beg. Several times he applies many techniques to earn a lot of money. Normally he earns Tk. 300 to 400 days every day and it is not sufficient for his living. At night he goes to the market to buy his daily goods and returns home after buying his necessary goods. Several times he and his family pass their days without eating. He lives below the poverty line. As a result, he is unable to make his children educated and take proper treatment owing to acute poverty. He looks older than his age.
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