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Lie vs Lay. Contestant Number 1!. Lie  (Present). Lie is a verb Lie is used without object Lie means to be in a horizontal, recumbent, or prostrate position, as on a bed or the ground; recline. Isn’t that cool? I think it is. Ex. “I lie here every day.”. Contestant Number 2!.

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lie present
Lie (Present)
  • Lie is a verb
  • Lie is used without object
  • Lie means to be in a horizontal, recumbent, or prostrate position, as on a bed or the ground; recline.
  • Isn’t that cool?
  • I think it is.

Ex. “I lie here every day.”

lay past
Lay (Past)
  • Lay is a verb
  • Lay is used with object
  • Lay means to put or place in a horizontal position or position of rest; set down: to lay a book on a desk
  • Ex. Every afternoon we lay down and rest for an hour.
how to use each word
How to use each word
  • The slide you are about to see is confidential and is not to be shown to anyone but you… Just kidding. Here are the rules.
  • You will see 6 words each one will either use the word lie or lay it is your job to pick which one it uses. Write it down on a piece of paper and wait for the next slide to come on.
  • The people with the highest points get candy.
your words
Your Words
  • 1.)I’m dizzy I need to__ down.
  • 2.)Yesterday I needed to___ down.
  • 3.)As I walk past, I ___ the tools on the workbench.
  • 4.)The doctors had to___ the patient down.
  • 5.)The baby was tired and needed to __ down
  • 6.)It was time to ___ down and take a nap.
answers
ANSWERS!
  • 1.) Lie
  • 2.) Lay
  • 3.) Lay
  • 4.) Lay
  • 5.) Lie
  • 6.) Lie
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