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1) No the author did not return to the work place with his better off.
2) Since,he felt tired of his work and he was just then married, he wanted to spend time with his wife.So he wanted to extend his vacation.
3) 'Work is worship'. Even if we get many holidays, we must not get tired or bored of doing work. Here the author feels tired and bored of his work. We must not think our work as burden instead as a favour. So the author should change his mind to give more importance to his work instead of his family matters. Because work earns to build up a family.
1)no the author cannot return back to the working place due to lockdown.
2)At first the author felt tiring and lethary to go back to working place after a leisurely Sunday so he wanted to extend his vacation.
3)The central idea is more holidays is not good as we feel tired,boring and lazy when we are at home for so many days.We should always in work because it keeps us fit and active.
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