A. Come, drown
B. Came, drowned
C. Was come, drown
D. Come, drowned
Correct Answer: B. Came, drowned
Detail about MCQs
The correct answer would be: He Came from the east indies and was drowned in the Thames.
The sentence is describing past events and requires the use of the past indefinite tense (also known as the simple past tense).
The correct form of the verb to use in the first part of the sentence is “came,” which is the past tense of “come.” This indicates that he arrived from the East Indies in the past.
In the second part of the sentence, the correct form of the verb to use is “drowned.” This indicates that he met the unfortunate fate of drowning in the Thames River.