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“Are there two E’s in beetle,” asked Margo? there two E’s in beetle,”

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“Are there two E’s in beetle,” asked Margo?

A. there two E’s in beetle,” asked Margo?
B. their two E’s in beetle?” asked Margo.
C. their two E’s in beetle,” asked Margo.
D. there two E’s in beetle?” asked Margo.
E. there two E’s in beetle, asked Margo?

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“Are there two E’s in beetle,” asked Margo?

A. there two E’s in beetle,” asked Margo?
B. their two E’s in beetle?” asked Margo.
C. their two E’s in beetle,” asked Margo.
D. there two E’s in beetle?” asked Margo.
E. there two E’s in beetle, asked Margo?

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This is like my first ever explanation for a SC question. I will try my best.
Notice that " is not underlined so it has to be closed as well. E is out.
Before that problem with A is the comma inside the quotes. Doesn't make sense. Same problem with C. Gone.
Between B and D, it boils down to their vs there. their is possessive. So we need a there. Hence D.
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