As far as I know, we use "see something do" if we see an action from the beginning to the end. And we use "see something doing" if we see an action in progress. I wonder about passive form of this usage. Am I allowed to use "see something done" if we see that action from the beginning to the end?
1- She saw her dragon shot out of the sky.
2- She saw her friend killed.
I have seen this sentences above in a tv-series(Game of Thrones) . Are this examples above right? or should we use this versions below?
1a- She saw her dragon being shot out of the sky.
2a- She saw her friend being killed.