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A. They told me every group had to have a doctor. I didn't know if someone in my group was a doctor. I had to go ask.
B. They told me every group had to have a doctor. I didn't know if one person in my group was a doctor. I had to go ask.
C. They told me every group had to have a doctor. I didn't know if a person in my group was a doctor. I had to go ask.

D. I didn't know if someone in my group was a doctor. That was John. I knew what everyone else did and I know Pete and Harry were doctors.
E. I didn't know if one person in my group was a doctor. That was John. I knew what everyone else did and I know Pete and Harry were doctors.
F. I didn't know if a person in my group was a doctor. That was John. I knew what everyone else did and I know Pete and Harry were doctors.


Which of the above are grammatically correct?
The three first are supposed to mean the same and the three in the second batch are supposed to mean the same. In one case I don't know if anyone is a doctor, in the other I am thinking of a specific person.


Many thanks.

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