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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #26501: Lay or lie
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    Lay or lie

    Lay or lie


    Lay means to place or to set down.

    Lie means to rest or to recline







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    1. If you on the couch any longer, you will turn into a potato.
    2. Please the files on my desk.
    3. The apples on the counter for so long that they are now rotten.
    4. Michael the blankets on the beds.
    5. Don't just there like a lump, do something!
    6. We so long in the sun, by the end of the day we looked like lobsters.
    7. I always forget where I my keys down when I get home.
    8. After the baby fell asleep, she was quietly in her crib.
    9. My glasses always next to my computer.

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