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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #83584: Lay or Lie
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    Lay or Lie


    Present Tense
    Past Tense
    Past Participle
    Present Participle
    lie
    lay
    lain
    lying
    lay*
    laid
    laid
    laying






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    1. I have the book on your desk. Don't cry!

    2. When I felt ill yesterday, I down.

    3. Tom and Chris on the beach in Spain last year.

    4. Anna was the table when her husband arrived.

    5. She has never to her mother. She is a very truthful girl.

    6. If she hadn't to him about her life, he wouldn't be so sad.

    7. My cat has on my desk all day.

    8. Are you tired? your head on the pillow.

    9. How many eggs were by the hens last month?

    10. Where is my pencil, Susan? - I it on your desk.









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