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					Fill the gaps with the correct tenses. 1. The London Dungeon (lie) what the word Dungeon (stand) 2. The museum (take) 3. It (demonstrate) 4. You (experience / can) Plague of 1665. 5. The Dungeon also (show) in the oldest part of London - in an old subterranean prison (that's for). its visitors on a journey through England's bloody history. the brutal killings and tortures of the past. for example how people (die) on the Gallow or during the

scenes of Jack the Ripper or the beheading of Anne Boleyn, who (be)

one of Henry VIII’s six wives. 6. The atmosphere at the Dungeon (be) 7. While you (walk) really scary - nothing for the faint-hearted.

around the Dungeon, watch out for creepy creatures - the Dungeon (employ)

actors to give its visitors the fright of their lives. 8. The actors, dressed as monsters, ghosts or executers, (hide) and then suddenly (jump) 9. And the horror (end / not) 10. (you / eat / ever) 11. Well, if you (fancy) restaurant. 12. The museum (want) 13. And this it (do) out and (grab) in the dark corners of the Dungeon one of the visitors.

at the exit of the exhibition. a pizza with fingers and eyeballs on it? that kind of food, you (love) to provoke, shock, educate and delight. extremely well. many visitors from all over the world. at night. the Dungeon for at the Dungeon every year. the meals at the Dungeon

14. Since its opening in 1975, the Dungeon (attract)

15. Besides the regular opening hours, the Dungeon sometimes also (open) 16. If you (have) enough money and nerves of steel, you (book / can) parties, conferences or charity events at night. 17. And on 31 October, a frightfully good Halloween Party (take place) Write the past forms of the irregular verbs. 1. go → 2. come → 3. buy → 4. have → 5. do →

Complete the table in simple past. positive Jane was tired. negative Sean did not work. Did I have a cat? Mary did not sing. Did she see us? Put the sentences into simple past. 1. We open the door. → 2. You write poems. → 3. Richard plays in the garden. → 4. Kerry does not speak English. → 5. Do you see the bird? → Write sentences in simple past. 1. you / cards / play 2. I / a car / want 3. we / the game / lose 4. not / I / early / get up 5. not / Jeff and Linda / home / cycle Story  there (be) three bears: huge Papa Bear, ordinary Mama Bear and tiny little Baby Bear. They (live) in a great big wood.  One day, ordinary Mama Bear (cook) a delicious porridge for her family and (put) it into bowls: a huge bowl for huge Papa Bear, an ordinary bowl for ordinary Mama Bear and a tiny little bowl for tiny little Baby Bear.  To give the porridge some time to cool down, the three bears (go)  Near the great big wood, there (live)  She (be) (run)  She (knock) to be there.  So, little Goldilocks (step) inside. a little girl called Goldilocks. out of the house and for a walk. question

not allowed to go into the wood. But one day, she (sneak) into the great big wood. to the house of the three bears.

 After a while, she (come)

at the door. She (look)

through the windows. But nobody (seem)

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In the kitchen Goldilocks (smell) She (get) Then she (taste) very hungry and (try)

the porridge. the porridge in the huge bowl - too hot.

some of the porridge from the ordinary bowl - too cold. just right and Goldilocks (eat) three chairs. it all up.

But the porridge in the little bowl (be) In the sitting-room, there (be) Goldilocks (sit) She (not / like) She (love) (break) So, Goldilocks (go) In the bedroom, there (stand) Goldilocks suddenly (feel) She (climb) Then she (crawl) The little bed, however, (be) So, Goldilocks (lie) And in next to no time, she (fall) After a while, the three bears (return) One look at their bowls and chairs and they (start) right. They (come) bed. The three bears (watch) Goldilocks (open) She (see) (run) down.

down in the huge chair - too hard. the ordinary chair either - too soft. the little chair, however. But she (not / sit) into pieces. on exploring. the three baers' beds. very tired. on that one very long, as soon it

onto the huge bed - too hard. into the ordinary bed - too soft. just right.

asleep. home. wondering. Something (not / be)

into the bedroom. And there they (see) her for a while and then they (wake) her eyes. the bears, (begin) out of the bears' house. her. . .

little Goldilocks in Baby Bear's her up.

to scream and as fast as she (can)

, Goldilocks

The three bears (follow)

But at the edge of the wood, the bears suddenly (stop) Frightened little Goldilocks, however, (not / stop) She (hurry) And she never (visit) home to her parents. the bears' house again.

Put the verbs into the correct form (simple past). 1. Last year I (spend) 2. It (be) 3. I (travel) great. around by car with two friends and we (visit) lots of interesting places. my holiday in Ireland.

4. In the evenings we usually (go) 5. One night we even (learn) 6. We (be) 7. It (not / rain) 8. But we (see) 9. Where (spend / you)

to a pub. some Irish dances.

very lucky with the weather. a lot. some beautiful rainbows. your last holiday?

Form
Use the words in the first column to form sentences in the present progressive. Write the correct form (positive, negative, question) in the appropriate column. positive I / walk you / read he / speak she / eat it / rain we / jump they / play Write the ing form of the verbs. Mind the spelling when adding ing. 1. bake 2. swim 3. say 4. travel 5. lie negative question

Short forms
Rewrite the sentences using the short form when the long form is given and vice versa. 1. He is brushing his teeth. 2. I'm doing a test. 3. We are not joking. 4. I am not reading. 5. They aren't working

Form
Make sentences out of the words in the first column. Write the correct forms (affirmative sentence, negative sentence, question) in the right columns. affirmative I / speak you / stop he / work she / have / time it / be / okay we / be / here they / have / money negative question

Exceptions in Spelling
Write the third person singular. Note that sometimes there are exceptions in spelling. 1. can - he 2. cry - she 3. say - he 4. go - she 5. kiss - he Write the past forms of the irregular verbs. 1. feel → 2. cost → 3. drive → 4. catch → 5. feed → Complete the table in simple past. positive The ship disappeared. negative He did not criticise you. Was Amy depressed? She did not teach in London. Did the passengers panic? Frage

Put the sentences into simple past. 1. They repeat the question. → 2. She hugs her little brother. → 3. The snowman melts in the sun. → 4. The candle does not burn. → 5. Do they chat in a forum? → Write sentences in simple past. 1. Jim / his head / cover 2. she / the chapter / copy 3. not / the clouds / disappear 4. he / to our question / refer 5. not / we / our punishment / escape Complete the table in present perfect simple. positive We have chatted. negative The lesson has not started. Have we won? She has turned around. They have not arrived. Write sentences in present perfect simple. 1. we / reach / our goal 2. our team / lose / the match 3. she / underline / the word 4. they / not / discover / the treasure 5. Ron / not / talk / about the problem Write questions in present perfect simple. 1. you / knock / at the door 2. the teacher / mark / the tests 3. she / buy / a new computer 4. they / rescue / the girl 5. Brad / wear / a blue shirt question

Write the ing form of the following verbs. 1. cause → 2. stay → 3. refer → 4. tie → 5. travel → Choose the correct form: have or has and since or for. 1. They 2. The candle 3. Ben 4. The researcher 5. Judith and her boyfriend been discussing the problem been burning been wearing that blue shirt been exploring the territory been kissing one o'clock. two hours. Friday. last December. ten minutes.

Write sentences in present perfect progressive. 1. the cat / the mouse / chase → 2. you / the homework / copy → 3. they / a new gadget / invent → 4. we / in a forum / chat / not → 5. Lucy / on the task / concentrate / not →


				
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