Read the brochure about Blarney Castle in Ireland. Fill in tha gaps using the suitable form of the words in brackets. Do not change the text. There is an example (0) at the beginning.
Blarney Castle - Kiss the Stone of Eloquence
Blarney Castle is one of the (0) well known (KNOW) buildings in Ireland. The castle the visitor (1) (SEE) today has changed very little since it (2) (BUILD) by the King of Munster in 1446.
The Stone of Eloquence, which most visitors want to kiss, is one of the stones positioned high up in the castle wall. It (3) (SAY) that the prophet Jeremiah brought this stone to Ireland from the Holy Land. Other tales say that it came from Scotland, where it was (4) (ORIGINAL) a part of St. Columba's deathbed.
The legend says that kissing the Blarney Stone brings you the gift of eloquence. There was a time when visitors (5) (HOLD) by their feet and lowered over the wall with their head first.
Today, the stone is still set there and to kiss it, you have to lean backwards carefully (6) (HOLD) on to an iron railing for your safety.
The (7) (STONE) powers are unquestioned, but its story is not clear. One tale says that the king had a legal argument in court. A goddess told him to kiss the first stone he found on the way to court.
He did, and his eloquence won the case for him. The next day the kind himself (8) (BUILD) the stone into the wall of his castle.
Another (9) (ATTRACT) at Blarney Castle is the famous garden where you will find the magnificent 204-inch-high Dicksonia Antarctica plant, the (10) (TALL) of its kind in Ireland This plant is not only tall but also very old.
So, if you visit Ireland, a trip to Blarney Castle is a must!