London Dungeon

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1. Wait a minute, I ….. this box for you. (to carry)

[pic] A. Carry
[pic] B. Will carry
[pic] C. Is carrying
[pic] D. Have carried
2. After Larry ….. the film on TV, he decided to buy the book. (to see)

[pic] A. Have seen
[pic] B. Had seen
[pic] C. Had been seeing
[pic] D. Saw
3. I ….. for my girlfriend for two hours. (to wait)

[pic] A. Have waited
[pic] B. Have been waiting
[pic] C. Waited
[pic] D. Is waiting
4. While the doctor ….. Mr Jones, his son …… outside this morning. (to examine) (to wait)

[pic] A. Is examining/is waiting
[pic] B. Was examining/was waiting
[pic] C. Examined/waited
[pic] D. Has examined/has waited
1. Since 2003 they …… their son every year. (to visit)

[pic] A. Have visited
[pic] B. Have been visiting
[pic] C. Had been visiting
[pic] D. visits
2. The sun …… in the East. (to rise)

[pic] A. Rise
[pic] B. Rises
[pic] C. Rising
[pic] D. Has risen
3. There are a lot of clouds! It …… soon. (to rain)

[pic] A. Is raining
[pic] B. Is going to rain
[pic] C. Raining
[pic] D. Has been raining
4. Look! It ….. , so we can't …… to the beach. (to rain) (to go)

[pic] A. Rains/go
[pic] B. Is raining/go
[pic] C. Is going to rain/go
[pic] D. Rained/went
1. I …. to visit you yesterday, but you ….. not at home.(to want) (to be)

[pic] A. Wanted/were
[pic] B. Want/are
[pic] C. Want/were
2. We …… TV when it started to rain. (to watch)

[pic] A. Were watching
[pic] B. Watched
[pic] C. Had watched
[pic] D. Had been watching
3. And on 31 October, a frightfully good Halloween Party (take place) at the Dungeon every year.

[pic] A. Is taking place
[pic] B. Takes place
[pic] C. Took place
4. If you (have) enough money and nerves of steel, you (book / can) the Dungeon for parties, conferences or charity events at night.

[pic] A. Have/can book
[pic] B. Had/could book
[pic] C. Are having/can book
1. Besides the regular opening hours, the Dungeon sometimes also (open) at night.

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