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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110656: Lie or Lay
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    Lie or Lay

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    1. She was when she said that she didn't take your money.

    2. He about his girlfriend. I didn't believe him.

    3. You are tired. You'll be better if you just down and get some rest.

    4. She some delicious food on the table for her children yesterday evening.

    5. I am in bed, closing my eyes and thinking about some beautiful places.

    6. Last week he awake in his room for 2 days thinking about his beautiful girlfriend.

    7. How can I prove that they are ? I am sure that they aren't telling the truth.

    8. Do you think that the solution with you?

    9. If you want, you can go in my room and down on my bed.

    10. You should promise me that from now on you won't to me.

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