Can we use both "participate at" and "participate in" interchangeably? Is there a difference between the two if any?
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Participate is not tied to a particular preposition such as at or in. Like other verbs, it can be modified by a phrase beginning with a preposition. The choice of preposition will depend more on what commonly goes with the rest of the prepositional phrase, not on the verb. Some examples: