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Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 1

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. The university (opens / opened) on the 17th July every year.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 1

The university opens on the 17th July every year.

Here it is given 'every year' which is the present tense, so we will use opens.

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 2

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. Kusum (called / will call) me as soon as he comes.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 2

Kusum will call me as soon as he comes.

The sentence is in future tense (as soon as he comes), so will use the verb with 'will'.

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 3

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. The water is already boiled it will (spill/spills) over if you don’t turn off the heat.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 3

The water is already boiled it will spill over if you don’t turn off the heat.

The sentence is in the past tense (already boiled), so we will use spill rather than spills (which is present).

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 4

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. I (talks / talked) to him yesterday.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 4

I talked to him yesterday.

The sentence is in the past (yesterday), so will use the past form of the verb, i.e. 'talked'.

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 5

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. Fish (swim/swims) in water.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 5

Fish swims in water.

Fish is the singular noun, so we will use the verb with 's' (swims).

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 6

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. The next train (is / was) at 6:15 am tomorrow morning.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 6

The next train is at 6:15 am tomorrow morning.

The sentence is in the present, so we will use 'is' rather than was, which is the past form of the verb.

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 7

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. Shakespeare (said / says), what’s in a name?


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 7

Shakespeare said, what’s in a name?

Shakespeare has already said it in the past, so we will use said rather than says, which is the present form of the verb. 

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 8

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. It (will take us / takes us) twenty more minutes to reach there, have patience.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 8

It will take us twenty more minutes to reach there, have patience.

The sentence is in future tense (twenty more minutes), so we will use will with the verb.

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 9

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. Please be quiet, the chief guest is going to (speak/spoke) in a moment.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 9

Please be quiet, the chief guest is going to speak in a moment.

The sentence is in the present tense, so we will use speak rather than spoke which is the past form of the verb.

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 10

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. I (heated / will heat) the food for her yesterday.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 10

I heated the food for her yesterday.

The sentence is in the past tense (yesterday), so we will use the past form of the verb, i.e., heated. 

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 11

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. I will see if the letter (comes/came) today.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 11

I will see if the letter comes today.

The sentence is in the present tense (today), so will use the verb with 's' (comes).

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 12

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. The ship (sails / sailed) out of the harbor in time last week.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 12

The ship sailed out of the harbor in time last week.

The sentence is in the past tense (last week), so we will use the past form of ver, i.e., sailed.

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 13

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. Sania will (get/gets) the medal for us in the coming Olympics.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 13

Sania will get the medal for us in the coming Olympics.

In the future tense (with will), we use the verb without 's', i.e., here, we will use get rather than gets.

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 14

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. I have decided that I (went / am going) to go to Ladakh this summer.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 14

I have decided that I am going to go to Ladakh this summer.

The sentence is in the present tense, so we will use 'am going' rather than the past form of the verb, i.e., went.

Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 15

Choose the correct option to complete the following sentences.
Q. My alarm (ring/rings) at 5:30 every morning.


Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test : Tenses - 1 - Question 15

My alarm rings at 5:30 every morning.

With the singular word (alarm), we use the verb with 's', so here we will use 'rings'. 

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