This is the beginning of the book Alice in Wonderland. Read it carefully and answer the questions.
Alice was very tired of sitting by her sister with nothing to do. Once or twice, she looked at the book that her sister was reading: it had no pictures or conversations in it. Alice thought: “What is the use of a book without pictures or conversations?”
She felt very sleepy, because it was hot that day. She was thinking of going to pick daisies and make a chain with them, when suddenly a white rabbit with pink eyes ran near her.
There was nothing special in that. Alice was not very surprised when she heard the Rabbit say: 'Oh dear! Oh dear! I’ll be late!' Of course, this is not very normal, but it seemed natural to her at that time. However, when the Rabbit took a watch out of its pocket, looked at it, and started running again, Alice stood up with curiosity. She ran across the field after it, just in time to see it going down a hole in the ground.
Without thinking very much about it, she followed the Rabbit and went down the hole too. Down, down, down she fell, into the deep, dark hole. She looked down but she couldn’t see the bottom of it.
All around her there were a lot of bookshelves and cupboards. There were also some pictures and maps on the walls. She saw some jars on the shelves. She picked one up and read the label: “orange marmalade”. She opened it but it was empty. ‘What a pity!’ she thought, and she put it in one of the cupboards […]. Down, down, down. […] Suddenly, THUMP! She landed on some leaves at the bottom of the hole.
Adapted from Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll