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    The store opens(opened) at 10a.m except on Mondays

    This is a grammar practice for figuring out the present tense or past tense. The answer is only "opens", but wouldn't "opened" be also possible when referring to past situation?

    gz14)The store opens(opened) at 10a.m except on Mondays.

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    Re: The store opens(opened) at 10a.m except on Mondays

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    This is a grammar practice for figuring out the present tense or past tense. The answer is only "opens", but wouldn't "opened" be also possible when referring to past situation?

    gz14)The store opens(opened) at 10a.m except on Mondays.
    Yes.

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