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    #1

    to attend?

    If I say I attended the tv show
    it means I took part in the show (i.e. I was hosted there) or it means that I was in the public?

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    #2

    Re: to attend?

    It means that you were in the audience when the show was being produced.


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    Re: to attend?

    oh thanks. SO If I want to say quite the contrary is it fine:I took part in the/onto the show

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    Re: to attend?

    If you say that you took part in (not onto) the show it means that you were on camera.

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