了， 过， 着 - What is the difference amongst these three particles?
I was given a grammar test and instructed fill in the blank of each sentence with one of the following words; 了，过， or 着。I was completely lost. Can anyone offer a very preschoolish explanation of what sets these characters apart? I have used dictionary definitions, but am still not clear.
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