Re: put, lay, set
Welcome to the forum, If you say.
"put on book" and "lay on book" are not possible in English. You can put something on a book, or put a book on something.
What's the difference between
three words? When I should use each? Is there
a difference between "put on book" and "lay on book"?
I suggest you look up the three words in one or two dictionaries here: OneLook: General dictionary sites, Study the example sentences given as well as the definitions. If you still have problems, come back here with specific questions.
Please start a new thread for a separate question.
And my other question is when we use "on" and "over" with this words? What's a rule?
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