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  1. yunakim's Avatar

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    currently watched channel vs. currently watching channel

    I'm confused about usage of past participles.

    Here is example sentences.
    He will watch the adjacent TV channels of currently watched channel.
    => intended meaning: He will watch the adjacent TV channels of the channel that he is watching now

    which is right ? currently watched channel or currently watching channel.

    There's one more thing.

    He chose the up channel of previously watched channel.
    => intended meaning: He chose the up channel of the channel that he watched right before

    is the expression right?

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    Re: currently watched channel vs. currently watching channel

    Hi yunakim

    channels currently watched = currently watched channels.

    Currently watched channels are 'the channel that he watched right before.'

    I have a question, yunakim, what does up channel mean?


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    Re: currently watched channel vs. currently watching channel

    sorry for my imprecise expression.

    Ch 7 is 'up channel' of channel Ch 6, likewise ch 13 is of Ch 12...

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