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 | lie    | lay          | lain     | (lies, lying) lying on the beach | to be in or put yourself into a flat position | | lie    | lay          | lain     | (lies, lying) lying on the beach | to be in or put yourself into a flat position |
 | lie    | lied         | lied     | I lied to my teacher about my homework | to say something which is not true | | lie    | lied         | lied     | I lied to my teacher about my homework | to say something which is not true |
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 +The verbs raise and rise both refer to something going "​up"​. The main difference between them is that raise is transitive (it must have a direct object) and rise is intransitive (no direct object).
  
   * [[https://​www.englishclub.com/​vocabulary/​cw-raise-rise.htm|Raise or rise?]]   * [[https://​www.englishclub.com/​vocabulary/​cw-raise-rise.htm|Raise or rise?]]
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