Grammar Tenses Mix

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The London Dungeon

The London DungeonFill the gaps with the correct tenses.

  1. The London Dungeon (lie) in the oldest part of London - in an old subterranean prison (that's what the word Dungeon (stand) for).
  2. The museum (take) its visitors on a journey through England's bloody history.
  3. It (demonstrate) the brutal killings and tortures of the past.
  4. You (experience / can) for example how people (die) on the Gallow or during the Plague of 1665.
  5. The Dungeon also (show) 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) really scary - nothing for the faint-hearted.
  7. While you (walk) 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) in the dark corners of the Dungeon and then suddenly (jump) out and (grab) one of the visitors.
  9. And the horror (end / not) at the exit of the exhibition.
  10. (you / eat / ever) a pizza with fingers and eyeballs on it?
  11. Well, if you (fancy) that kind of food, you (love) the meals at the Dungeon restaurant.
  12. The museum (want) to provoke, shock, educate and delight.
  13. And this it (do) extremely well.
  14. Since its opening in 1975, the Dungeon (attract) many visitors from all over the world.
  15. Besides the regular opening hours, the Dungeon sometimes also (open) at night.
  16. If you (have) enough money and nerves of steel, you (book / can) the Dungeon for parties, conferences or charity events at night.
  17. And on 31 October, a frightfully good Halloween Party (take place) at the Dungeon every year.