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Mixed Grammar

Put in the correct forms. Take care of the signal words!

The Tower is (be) really beautiful, isn't it?
Yes, it is. Katie, have you ever been (ever, be), there?
Oh no, I haven't been(not, be) here before.
Many people died(die) here in the old days. Then the Tower was (be) also a prison.
Is it (it/be) still a prison today?
No. Not any more.
How awful! I don't like (not, like) these old stories. Let's go!
We haven't seen (not, see) the Crown Jewels yet. They're beautiful! One crown has (have) about 3000 diamonds on it.
Does the Queen sometimes wear (wear, the Queen, sometimes) the Crown Jewels?
Well, she wore (wear) them when she (become) Queen in 1952.

The Tower is (be) really beautiful, isn't it?

Yes, it is. Katie, have you ever been (ever, be), there?
Oh no, I haven't been(not, be) here before.
Many people died(die) here in the old days. Then the Tower was (be) also a prison.
Is it (it/be) still a prison today?
No. Not any more.
How awful! I don't like (not, like) these old stories. Let's go!
We haven't seen (not, see) the Crown Jewels yet. They're beautiful! One crown has (have) about 3000 diamonds on it.
Does the Queen sometimes wear (wear, the Queen, sometimes) the Crown Jewels?

Well, she wore (wear) them when she (become) Queen in 1952.


At Mme Tussaud's

Use the correct form of the verbs in brackets. If you see (???) you must add a word.

After we left(leave) the hop-on-hop-off tour at Piccadilly, we took (take) the tube back to Baker Street.
We went|walked(???) to Madame Tussaud's. We thought(think) there was a long line of people, but we were (be) lucky.       About thirty people were waiting in front of us.
It lasted(last)only ten minutes. I don't usually like (usually/not/like) museums very much, but Madame Tussaud's was (be) interesting. Jim asked (ask) two policemen the way to the cafe but then he saw (see) that they were (be) waxworks. We had (have) a good laugh.
We spent (spend) three hours in there and we looked (look) at all the famous|popular(???) pop singers and film stars(???).
We hurried (hurry) through the big room with all the people from British history, because that was boring (=not interesting). Tomorrow we will visit|'ll visit| are going to visit|'re going to visit(visit) the Tower of London.

After we left(leave) the hop-on-hop-off tour at Piccadilly, we took (take) the tube back to Baker Street.

We went/walked(???) to Madame Tussaud's. We thought(think) there was a long line of people, but we were (be) lucky.       About thirty people were waiting in front of us.
It lasted(last)only ten minutes. I don't usually like (usually/not/like) museums very much, but Madame Tussaud's was (be) interesting. Jim asked (ask) two policemen the way to the cafe but then he saw (see) that they were (be) waxworks. We had (have) a good laugh.
We spent (spend) three hours in there and we looked (look) at all the famous/popular(???) pop singers and film stars(???).
We hurried (hurry) through the big room with all the people from British history, because that was boring (=not interesting).

Tomorrow we will visit/'ll visit/ are going to visit/'re going to visit(visit) the Tower of London.




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