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    Whats the difference bwteen take, took and taking. Any difference?


    I watched students take part in the projects
    I watched students took part in the projects
    I watched students taking part in the projects

    Also its "the" needed in front of students

    thank you

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    Default Re: take part

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    What's the difference between take, took and taking. Any difference?


    I watched students take part in the projects
    I watched students took part in the projects
    I watched students taking part in the projects

    Also its "the" needed in front of students

    thank you
    With option 2, you could rephrase this as "I watched as students took part in the projects".

    With reference to "the" - your usage will depend on whether you are talking about a specific group of students = "the students" OR an unspecified group of students, in which case you omit "the".

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