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Alice in Wonderland

on November 17, 2010

Listen to these three conversations taken from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

Activity: Send us your opinion about this famous book and answer these questions:

1. What is Lewis Carrol’s real name?

2. When was the book written?

3. Why do you think this classic story is so popular still today?

4. Have you seen the new film? Do you like this new version?

5. What are the main differences?

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4 responses to “Alice in Wonderland

  1. Pablo says:

    1.Alice
    2.The book was written in 1865
    3.Because this new version is very interesant
    4.No , I don´t . Yes I like
    5. Alice , The mad hatter , The march hare and The dormouse
    BYE BYE 🙂

  2. Tamara says:

    What is Lewis Carrol’s real name?
    His real name is Charles Lutwidge Dodgson.
    2. When was the book written?
    The book was written in 1865.
    3. Why do you think this classic story is so popular still today?
    Because it’s easy at word play, logic and fantasy and has attracted all ages.
    4. Have you seen the new film? Do you like this new version?
    No I don’t.
    5. What are the main differences?
    I don’t know because I haven’t seen the new film.

  3. 1. What is Lewis Carrol’s real name?
    Charles Lutwidge Dodgson

    2. When was the book written?
    In 1865.

    3. Why do you think this classic story is so popular still today?
    because their conversations are stupid and simple moy

    4. Have you seen the new film? Do you like this new version?
    Yes, I love the film

    5. What are the main differences?
    I have not read the book, but I have seen the films.

    Bye-Bye see you tomorrow. kiss!

  4. Paloma F.f says:

    1. What is Lewis Carrol’s real name?
    His real name is Charles Lutwidge Dodgson
    2. When was the book written?
    In 1865
    3. Why do you think this classic story is so popular still today?
    Because It is a story that is easy to read and has some very siples dialogues for children who can not read very well.
    4. Have you seen the new film? Do you like this new version?
    No, I don’t.
    5. What are the main differences?
    I don’t know, because I haven’t seen the new film.

    Bye!! See you the next Monday Teacher!!!:D

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