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___ doubt you're wondering where I got all that extra money from," Jason said with a glint in his ey It another confusing test for me. In my opinion, both- no and without are possible. However, the answer- no. I was wondering if someone gives me a reasoning.
Jun 4, 2013 3:54 AM
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Well, *reasoning* escapes me, but more or less: No doubt = I suppose; Without doubt = It is certain. Since Jason is being mischievous and ironic (glint in the eye), he means "I reckon you're wondering...", as one would naturally wonder. Saying, "Of *course* you're wondering..." makes less sense.
June 4, 2013
The answer is "NO". If you left it blank it would imply: "YOU doubt your wondering....". And that would be nonsense.
June 4, 2013
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