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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "TO Lay" and "TO Lie"
please, can you explain me the differences between "TO Lay" and "TO Lie"??
when do you use each one?
Re: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "TO Lay" and "TO Lie"
LIE - LAY - LAIN - LYING = irreg. verb[intransitive verb] to recline
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LIE [ to] -LIED - LIED - LYING- reg. vb. = not to tell the truth
LAY - LAID - LAID - LAYING -trans. verb [irreg. vb.] to put ; to place
I`ve lain in bed for several hours.
I don`t like him because he is always lying to me, or
He lied to her yesterday, when he said he hadn`t come to the party.
I laid the books on the shelf two days ago.
Learn the Differece Between "Lay" and "Lie"
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Lie and Lay
Last edited by Teia; 21-Sep-2007 at 16:54.
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