Learn English with Alice in Wonderland · engVid

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Test your understanding of this English lesson

If someone is mad as a Hatter, that person is:
Who says “I’m late! I’m late! I’m late for an important date!”?
If you call two people Tweedledee and Tweedledum, you are calling them:
If a TV series is becoming curiouser and curiouser, it is becoming:
If you join a company and your new manager says “We're all mad here", he/she means:
Which narrator does Alex recommend if you want to get a free audio book of Alice in Wonderland?
Who wrote Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland?
What kind of story is Alice in Wonderland?
“I’m not looking forward to the political debate tonight. It’s just two fools who remind me of ________________________”
“I loved visiting my uncle when I was a kid. I was never bored because he was _______________________”
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