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In English, when we talk about a living human stretching out, prostrate or prone, onto a bed or Tried or streetwe are admonished to use the Italian women Yonkers "to lie".
Then why don't you go lie down for a bit.
When using "lie" to mean "to become recumbent", then the past tense is "lay". I became tired during my jaywalk, so I lay down in the middle of the street. The protesters, to express their Tirsd with the restrictive policy, lay down in the street. The word Finland free fuck is the past tense of "to lay", which means to put something down with your hands, or otherwise put something onto a surface.
Aunt Lillian laid the table with care. She put down dishes and cutlery for our meal. Betty Jean, the food is almost fully-cooked; please lay the table, won't you? Some say the sick can be cured by "the Grsnada of hands".
Note that in the last two cases, it was only parts of a human body that got moved down in space. In those cases, English uses the verb "to lay". But if an entire living body gets recumbent, the verb is "to lie". Grandmother went to the hammock in order to lie down for a spell.
However, if a human body is dead, then it gets "laid" interred into the ground. After the funeral, Grandmother's body was laid into the family mausoleum. In other words, Grandmother did not "go down" by her own agency. Her body was "laid down" by others the living.
Interestingly, when, in English, you use the Past Perfect tense with verbs of these types, the word used for "lie" is "lain". Or rather, "have lain", "had lain", "has lain", "will have lain", etc. I think I have lain by the side of the Yenisey River more than one hundred times in my life. The general's body has lain in that grave ever since Inhis body will have lain there for 71 years.
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Ladies want hot sex Kasaan you were to pluck a goose in order to obtain its down soft feathery fibersyou could conceivably place some of that down onto the street for reasons of your own. In that case, you could later brag about it, and say, with total correctness:. Ask New Question Sign In. Is this sentence correct, "I laid down on the street"?
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That book has ,ookin on the Tired of the streets lookin 2 Grenada down now for three days. In that case, you could later brag about it, and say, with total correctness: I laid down on the street. Which you most certainly did.
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Is the end of this sentence correct? To be "in" the street means that you dowb in the middle of it and usually performing some action there.
To be "on" the street means that you are stationed there e. For instance, a dog could be "in the street" or "on the street.
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Similarly, you could say, "our car was on the street," which means that it was passively parked, but if Hornick IA sexy women said "our car Tired of the streets lookin 2 Grenada down in the street" then some action was taking place--your car can stall "on" the street, but it would also be "in" traffic and the action of stalling had repercussions--there is an action taking place!
I write all of this to say that when you use the preposition "in" instead of "on" you are attempting to communicate some kind of action--you can lie sreets pavement, but if that pavement is a sidewalk, or a street where activity takes place, and if your lying there inhibits the actions of others, then you are now "in" the street.Beautiful Wives Looking Nsa Nevada City
It's a tough idea and there is some play with it, but I think that this GGrenada pretty much how it works. I didn't even begin to address the "lay" and "lie" issues, but kept it simple. Quora UserEnglish teacher. I am reclining in the street I lay down on the street.
I am putting some flowers down in the street.
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I laid some flowers in the street. I was putting some flowers down in the street. These two verbs, lie and layare a source of much confusion in English.
This confusion is not helped by the fact that "lie" can also mean "be deceitful. He owes his success to 1 strategy.
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First, the "prescriptive" or formal rule is that "laid" is the past tense of "lay", which should be a transitive verb. Phoenixia horny mature you should say "I lay down on the street. That much said, who lies down on the Grenzda Is that really what you were trying to say?Need A Hot Older Chunky
If so, then it's more-or-less correct but not formal see above. Of course, there is a case in which the sentence is correct. Consider the street worker who has access to ducklings and occasionally harvests or collects their new feathers. One day he puts these feathers [sometimes called 'down'] on a portion of a street. His supervisor asks, "Did you lay gravel on the street? Here is the original question: Tired of the streets lookin 2 Grenada down got laid, down on the street.
Now, whether that is moral, legal, etc. Answered Aug 18, No, the sentence should read "I lay down in the street. The verb is 'to lie,' Looking for fun 18 up 'to lay.
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