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  • Narrator: Hello! Alice is trying to find her

  • way back to the beautiful garden she saw when

  • she first arrived in Wonderl and.

  • On her way, she met the Cheshire-Cat

  • in the woods, who told Alice about

  • the March Hare and the Hatter.

  • Alice found the March Hare and the

  • Hatter having a tea-party.

  • Hatter and March Hare: Would you like some tea?

  • Tea, yes please. And cake... I want cake.

  • One cake?

  • Two cakes.

  • Two cakes. One lump or two of sugar?

  • Alice: Curiouser and curiouser.

  • They're having a tea-party.

  • But where are all the guests?

  • Narrator: The Hatter and the March Hare

  • were sitting at one end of

  • a very long table, which had empty

  • cups and plates all the way along it.

  • But the only other guest was a mouse,

  • who was sound asleep.

  • Alice decided to join them.

  • Hatter and March Hare: No room here!

  • I'm sorry!

  • No room!

  • Alice: There's plenty of room!

  • Narrator: Alice sat down.

  • The Hatter opened his eyes very wide.

  • Hatter: Why is a raven like a writing desk?

  • Alice: Ooh, good. Riddles! I love riddles!

  • Narrator: The March Hare looked at Alice.

  • March Hare: You mean you know

  • the answer, don't you?

  • Alice: Yes, I do.

  • March Hare: Well, you should say

  • what you mean!

  • Alice: I do. At least, I mean what I say.

  • That's the same thing, isn't it?

  • Hatter: But why is a raven like

  • a writing-desk?

  • Have you guessed the answer yet?

  • Alice: No. I give up. What's the answer?

  • Hatter: I don't know! Do you know?

  • March Hare: I don't know either!

  • Alice: I think you should only ask

  • riddles if you know the answer.

  • March Hare: Have some more tea.

  • Alice: I haven't had any tea, have I?

  • So, I can't take more.

  • Hatter: You mean you can't take less.

  • It's very easy to take more than nothing.

  • Narrator: Alice got up and walked off

  • without saying goodbye.

  • March Hare: More tea, Hatter?

  • Hatter: Don't mind if I do. Thank you!

  • Good morning. Let's have a wee cup, shall we?

  • Narrator: The Hatter and the March Hare

  • didn't seem to notice her leaving.

  • Alice went back into the woods.

  • She looked back as she walked away.

  • The Hatter and the March Hare were

  • trying to put the mouse into the teapot.

  • Nice, nice...

  • Hatter and Hare: In you go!

  • Oh, he does wriggle, doesn't he?

  • Nice cake

  • Alice: I'll never go there again!

  • That was the stupidest tea-party I've ever

  • been to in all my life!

  • Narrator: Back in the woods, Alice saw

  • a tree with a door in it.

  • Alice: That's very curious! I wonder

  • what could be behind a door in a tree...

  • Narrator: In Wonderland anything

  • can be behind any door.

  • Alice opened the door and there

  • she was at the beginning

  • of her adventures again - in the hall

  • with the locked doors

  • and the table with the little key on it.

  • Alice: I remember that little door

  • and the key! This time I know what to do!

  • I'm finally going to get into the garden!

  • Narrator: Alice had learned a lot

  • about growing and shrinking

  • in Wonderland. She took the key off

  • the table first... and then ate some of the

  • mushroom she had taken

  • from the caterpillar and put in her pocket.

  • Soon she was small enough to unlock

  • the door and go through it.

  • Alice: Oh, it's so pretty here!

  • Narrator: We'll leave Alice here for now,

  • happy in the garden at last.

  • Soon, she's going to meet the Queen

  • and play croquet.

  • Will she still be happy then?

  • I'll tell you next time.

Narrator: Hello! Alice is trying to find her

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Alice in Wonderland part 7: A mad tea-party

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