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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #113389: Lie or lay
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    Lie or lay

    Apart from the verb  to lie  lied  lied which is a regular verb, there are two other verbs which can easily be confused.

    Lie- lay- lain  ( lying , gerund)   is an intransitive verb  .

    Lay- laid- laid   is a transitive verb  . 

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    1. "As I , dying " is the title of a famous novel by W. Faulkner.
    2. At home, I do all the household chores : make the beds, the table and wash the dishes.
    3. Nobody can say for sure how many eggs a hen can every day.
    4. You've made your bed, now in it !
    5. In ancient times, at the foot of the hill, there an ancient Dominican convent.
    6. The clandestine had for hours at the bottom of the lorry before they found him.
    7. Let sleeping dogs .
    8. I never remember where I things, therefore I look for them for hours.
    9. The librarian the book on a shelf, but immediately after she forgot where she had put it.
    10. After the car crash, wreckage all over the place.

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