Getting involved in a demonstration

Test No. [color=blue]incompl/inter-82 “Save Our Animals (2)”, question 8

As far as her father was concerned this was double trouble (two problems) - first working for Fortune and now wetting involved in a demonstration.

(a) simply
(b) quite
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(d) quietly

Test No. [color=blue]incompl/inter-82 “Save Our Animals (2)”, answer 8

As far as her father was concerned this was simply double trouble (two problems) - first working for Fortune and now getting involved in a demonstration.

Correct answer: (a) simply
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a typo here? wetting

You are right, that was a typo, thanks for pointing it out. It must read [color=blue]getting involved in a demonstration.
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