Don’t Be Tense!

Verb Tense To Rest To Place Object Down
Present LIE LAY
Past LAY LAID
Present participle LYING LAYING
Past participle LAIN LAID

 

Sally needs to lie down now. Sally lay down her purse and got into bed.

She lay there hours ago. Her mother laid her blanket across her.

Sally is lying in bed and her purse is laying close by.

Sally had lain in bed for hours before her mother had laid the blanket over her.

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