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Where They Lay Searching for America"s Lost Soldiers by Earl Swift

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Published by Houghton Mifflin .
Written in English

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Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7604080M
ISBN 100618168206
ISBN 109780618168200

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  Yesterday, she lay on the same sofa, but she will not lie there tomorrow. I’m going to lie down on it instead. Now, when I’m doing the action to something else, I use “to lay”: I/You/We/They lay the book on the table. She/He lays the book on the table. I am laying the book on the table. You/ We/They are laying the book on the table. Lie and lay both have many definitions, but they’re most often confused where lie means to recline and lay means to put the distinction is simple: Lay needs an object—something being laid—while lie cannot have an object. For example, you might lay a book on the table, lay a sweater on the bed, or lay a child in her crib. When you feel tired at the end of the day, you may lie down.   The present tense is relatively easy: "lay" requires an object (you lay a book on the table), and "lie" doesn't (you lie on the sofa). The past tense and participles get so confusing though that we made a chart! By. Mignon Fogarty Grammar Girl. Ap 4-minute read. Episode #   When writing about things rather than people, it is helpful to think of the word lying meaning “resting.” For example, in the sentence “The cards were lying face down,” lying is the correct form of the verb lie, meaning “to recline or rest.”The verb lie does not take an object. The verb lay does take an object, as in the sentence “I was laying the cards face down.”.