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  • Kizuru says:
    Dec 13,  · You are LYING in your bed. The verb “to lie” has the principal parts “ lie, lay, have lain.“ It means “to rest or recline.” It is always intransitive (it never takes a direct object).
  • Tazshura says:
    Lying in my bed, I hear the clock tick and think of you Caught up in circles, confusion is nothing new Flashback, warm nights almost left behind Suitcases of memories, time after Sometimes you picture me, I'm walking too far ahead You're calling to me, I can't hear what you've said Then you say, "Go slow", I fall behind The second hand unwinds.
  • Fegal says:
    Sep 24,  · Well, the answer is both, depending on the tense you are using. In the present tense, we lie in bed, but in the past tense, a person lay in bed. Lying could also be used when a person is telling an untruth. Once you know how to use both words in their right tenses, your vocabulary will improve.
  • JoJozilkree says:
    Nov 26,  · Lying in bed all day is also associated with an increased risk of stress and depression, and some other psychological and cardiovascular ailments. There aren’t many people in the world who leave their bed as soon as they hear the alarm (let alone before it!).
  • Zuluzuru says:
    Going back to our orig­i­nal ex­am­ple with “lying in bed”: I lay in bed yesterday = I was lying in bed; I stayed in bed. I lied in bed yesterday = I didn’t say the truth when I was in bed yesterday. I’ll leave the in­ter­pre­ta­tion of the sec­ond sen­tence to your imag­i­na­tion.
  • Shakagal says:
    Something can LIE somewhere, but it cannot LAY itself there. But for simple past we say "I lay in bed." (You or anyone cannot be laying in bed, you can only be laying something or somebody (including eggs (sic)) on or in bed. “You're laying in bed.” (You need to state WHAT or WHO you are laying in bed) In which case the correct expression would be: “You're laying YOURSELF in bed.” Otherwise the correct .
  • Yozshulabar says:
    If "I was laying in bed", the connotation is that I was in the act of laying something in that bed, and the sentence is not proper unless that object is either stated explicitly or inferred by context; it can range from the innocent reflexive ("I was laying myself in bed") to the innocent transitive ("I was laying my infant daughter in bed") to the sexual ("I was laying my girlfriend in bed") to the absurd ("I was laying eggs in .
  • Arashishura says:
    Mar 07,  · A mattress that’s too soft or too hard could trigger pressure points, which may lead to a sore hip. Sleep posture can also cause pain. Try sleeping on .
  • Faushicage says:
    John Mayall Lyrics. "Lying In My Bed". It's about 5 o'clock in the morning. I'm lying in my bed, looking at my sleepy eyed pretty girl. I guess she's asleep now; God, she's so beautiful. She may not mean a thing to you because people don't know her like I do. But if you've got .

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