ASP.net Insert Parameter Query

What would the INSERT equivalent of the following ASP.net 4 parameter query be in a table adapter. See code below
SELECT        ID, School, [User], [Start date], [Start time], [End date], [End time], House, Form, [Subject or activity], [Age group], [Sport or activity], Other, [Use]
FROM            Table1
WHERE        (School = @Parameter1) AND ([User] = @Parameter2) AND (House = @Parameter3) AND (Form = @Parameter4) AND ([Subject or activity] = @Parameter5) AND 
                         ([Age group] = @Parameter6) AND ([Sport or activity] = @Parameter7) AND (Other LIKE @Parameter8)

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Murray BrownMicrosoft Cloud Azure/Excel Solution DeveloperAsked:
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SAMIR BHOGAYTAConnect With a Mentor Freelancer and IT ConsultantCommented:
Hi, Read the following things

There are two compelling reasons everyone should learn about Parameterized Queries. One entails one keyboard character and is more of a hassle reliever than anything else. That character, in code, can become either of two different objects, the single quote and the apostrophe. When you’re coding, either one can make your life truely miserable at times. The second, and MOST compelling reason to learn Parameterized Queries is to protect your database from SQL Injection Injection Attacks. If you have never heard of them, youneed to hear about them now. These attacks can reak havoc on your server and, more importantly, your data. Check out these articles on SQL Injection Attacks:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/04/09/SQLInjection/
http://www.tech-faq.com/sql-injection-attack.shtml

Protecting Your ASP.NET from SQL Injection attacks
Simply by using Parameterized Queries, this becomes a first line of defense, and SQL Injection attacks are stopped in their tracks.

Anyone who has ever put together a long, involved SQL statement with variables, juggling single quotes, along with the double quotes (Tutorial on Single and Double Quotes), will tell you that it’s not much fun. And – on top of that, when we then talk about the apostrophe, it gets even more complicated.
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Murray BrownMicrosoft Cloud Azure/Excel Solution DeveloperAuthor Commented:
thanks very much
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