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It interests me.

A. I have been interested in it.

B. I will be interested in it.

C. I was interested in it.

D. I am interested in it.

Answer: Option D

Solution(By Examveda Team)

I am interested in it.

Given sentence is in simple present tense and it is in active voice.

Rule :
Subject + (is/am/are) + V3 + Other agents

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