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1) DID NOT DOUBT should be HAD NO DOUBTS because if you notice the start of the sentence,it says "ONCE THEY BALH BLAH BLAH" which means when they started off with the experiment,tthey had some doubts whch got resolved when they BLAH BLAH BLAH...this EFFECT is not represented as well by DID NOT DOUBT as by HAD NO DOUBTS
2) "BODY RECOVERED WAS" THE MAN new found BODY is being compared with MAN when actually new found BODY should be compared with THE BODY OF THE MAN..
Re: Once they had seen the report from the medical examiner, the [#permalink]
04 Feb 2014, 12:11
Hi Nitin, "had" is simple past tense when it is not followed by a verb. For past perfect, "had" should be followed by a verb. For example, "had doubted" would be past perfect tense.
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