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(1)The project involved setting up a web-based payment system for www.xyz.com .
The word "involved" above appeared as past participle?

(2)The project (is) involved setting up a web-based payment system for .
(3)The project (which is ) involved setting up a web-based payment system for www.xyz.com
any different between three of these sentences?same meaning?

i will be reached there at 10.00pm.
i will be reaching there at 10.00pm.
any different?
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(1)The project involved setting up a web-based payment system for www.xyz.com.
The word "involved" above appeared as past participle?
No, It's just the Simple Past tense of the verb 'involve'.
Here's a simpler example. The project involved a lot of work.

'Setting up ' is a gerund, ie a verb form that is used like a noun. Here, it's the object of the verb 'involved'.

(2)The project (is) involved setting up a web-based payment system for www.xyz.com.
(3)The project (which is ) involved setting up a web-based payment system for www.xyz.com
any different between three of these sentences?same meaning?These changed sentences have no meaning. You are incorrectly messing up the Simple Past tense.

i will be reached there at 10.00pm.
This is passive voice. It's simply incorrect, if you mean 'I will arrive there at 10pm'.

i will be reaching there at 10.00pm.
This is future continuous. It's not commonly used in such a context. Just say 'I will reach there at 10pm'.

I suggest that you review the English tenses, particularly Simple Past and Simple Future.

Best wishes, Clive
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