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    Robert denies............the speed limit.

    a. exceeding b. have exceeded c. to having exceeded

    In my opinion, a is correct, though c could be correct as well if there were no preposition [ i.e. to] following the verb deny. Am I wrong?

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    Re: Is "a" correct?

    Hi Teia=

    Robert denies............the speed limit.

    a. exceeding
    b. have exceeded
    c. to having exceeded

    d. having exceeded


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    Re: Is "a" correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Soup View Post
    Hi Teia=

    Robert denies............the speed limit.

    a. exceeding
    b. have exceeded
    c. to having exceeded

    d. having exceeded

    Hi Soup!

    Thank you very much for your help.

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