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    Past Simpler VS Past Continuous: lie around

    Hello,

    Which tense is better in this context?

    He didn't have to work.

    a) So he was just lying around all day in his house.
    b) So he just lay around all day in this house.

    Thank you.

    Nawee

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    Re: Past Simpler VS Past Continuous: lie around

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    Both sound fine to me.

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