Answer the Following Question Briefly. Who Was Ali? Where Did He Go Daily? - English Communicative

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Answer the following question briefly.
Who was Ali? Where did he go daily?

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Solution

Ali was an old coachman. He went to the Post Office daily with a hope to get the letter of his daughter Miriam who went away from her father after her marriage.

Concept: The Letter
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Chapter 3: The Letter - Exercises [Page 30]

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CBSE Class 10 English Communicative (Literature Reader)
Chapter 3 The Letter
Exercises | Q 5.1 | Page 30

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