What is a large gathering of scouts called?
Large gatherings of many scouting troops are called camporees or jamborees.
A troop is a collection of one or more patrols. A patrol is group of approximately eight scouts. Troops are further organized into administrative groups called councils.
For Boy Scouts, the largest gatherings are usually called "jamborees". Girl Guides and Girl Scouts use and have used various terms for large gatherings, including "roundup", "camporee", "world camp", and "jamboree". Currently, the largest gatherings for the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) are called "international camps" or are given a specific name that describes the event.
Boy Scouts are organized into groups of eight called patrols. One or more patrols are organized as a troop. Troops are organized into administrative groups called councils. Large gatherings of many troops are called camporees or jamborees. The most basic group in Boy Scouts is the patrol. One or more patrols in turn make up a troop. The patrol, however, should be the most important group with whom the scout associates himself.
It depends which way you use it. Gathering is a present progressive verb if you are saying I am gathering, you are gathering, he/she is gathering, we, you, or they are gathering. It is a past continuous verb if you are saying I was gathering, you were gathering, he/she/it was gathering, and we, you, and they were gathering. Gathering is the present participle of the verb gather. It is used to make progressive tenses as…