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Lie / Lay
Choose the right verb.
Easy! You can only lay something
You LIE in bed (you are in the bed) but you LAY a book into your bed (you put a book into your bed).
LIE : no movement, no action.
LAY : movement, action.
What is difficult:
Lie - preterite: lay, past participle: lain
Lay - preterite: laid, past participle: laid
They are often misused because the preterite of "lie" and the verb "lay" have the same spelling.
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