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Hello,

1. His bus came at 7 o'clock yesterday. My bus ------------ at 8 o'clock.

I have to fill in the black with (came,comes).
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Hi,

What's your choice?

Best wishes, Clive
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Hello Clive,

Truly speaking, I am not sure about it. Both seem ok to me.
Hi,

1. His bus came at 7 o'clock yesterday. My bus ------------ at 8 o'clock.

I have to fill in the black with (came,comes).

The expected answer is 'came'. We are told that 7 o'clock was yesterday. To continue by speaking of 8 o'clock strongly suggests that it also is yesterday. Hence, you need past tense.

My bus comes at 8 o'clock is a valid sentence, but in the context seems wrong or unlikely.

Best wishes again, Clive