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Watching the game unfold live on national television, Robert

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Watching the game unfold live on national television, Robert was not without doubt whether the scouting report he had read earlier in the day was accurate.

(A) was not without doubt whether the scouting report he had read earlier in the day

(B) had no doubt that the scouting report he had read earlier in the day

(C) had no doubt that the scouting report he was reading earlier in the day

(D) did not doubt whether the scouting report he had been reading earlier in the day

(E) was not in doubt about whether the scouting report he read earlier in the day
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B correct sequence of tense.

had read ==> had.
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New post 24 Nov 2005, 13:47
yup should be past perfect because he read before he had doubt later.

so B should be the answer.
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Must be B

since the tenses reflect the correct chronology of the events.
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I guess "doubt + that" is better than "doubt whether"

(B) should be it.

However,

not without doubt = with doubt

with doubt = had doubt

Why does (B) have "no" ?
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Too easy!

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