The Clock-An Essay

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 The Clock-An Essay

The Clock-An Essay

The Clock-An Essay

Introduction: A clock is a device for measuring time. It tells us the time of the day. 

Description: The clock has a flat round face. There are numbers from one to twelve on the face. Typically, a watch has two spikes, one short and the other long. They tell time. The long spike is called the ‘Minute Spike’ and it indicates the minutes. It moves more quickly.  The short spike is called the ‘Hour Spike’ and it indicates the hours. It moves from one number to another in an hour. 

In larger watches, there is a round thing at the bottom. This is called a ‘pendulum’. It rotates and sets the wheel at a definite speed. 

In some watches, there is a third hand (spike). It is called ‘Second Spike’. 

Kind: There is a kind of small clock. It is called ‘watch’. It does not strike. We can keep it in our pockets or tie it to our wrists.  Nowadays, a clock runs on batteries.

Usefulness: The watch is a very useful thing for us. It enables us to work on time. It tells us that time is more valuable than money. It is equally valuable for men of all classes. If we want to do our work in due time, then we must have a watch or clock in our homes. The watch does its job. It teaches us to be regular and punctual.

Conclusion: The proverb says, ‘Time and tide wait for none.’ If time is passed we cannot regain it. So everybody should have a clock and abide by the timetable of his daily work. 0 0 0

The Clock-An Essay

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N. B. The article ‘The Clock-An Essay’ originally belongs to the book School Essays Part-Iby Menonim Menonimus.

The Clock-An Essay

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