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    The ground felt so smooth that I had no need for a mattress, I laid down and went to sleep effortlessly.

    I think, the trap in this sentence is the word ' laid ' here, it is supposed to be ' lay down ', right ?

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    Right.

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    Do you produce eggs? :P

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    lay is the past tense of lie :)

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    She's being facetious ;)

    FRC

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    :P 8) :) :D

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