viernes, 13 de septiembre de 2013

Lie or Lay?

In my opinion, with the learning of Lay vs Lie comes one of the biggest challenges in the irregular verb list!!!
This generous teacher gives us a lesson (click here )on how to distinguish between:
  • LAY LAID LAID (irr. transitive verb meaning to put something down)
  • LIE LAY LAIN    (irr. intransititive verb meaning to recline)                                                      
  • LIE LIED LIED (regular verb meaning to make an untrue statement with intent to deceive) also gets by to make things a little bit more complicated...
Watch and learn...

3 comentarios:

  1. Don't lie to me, as I lay on the bed, your head was laid on my shoulder. :) ¡Qué lío! jejej

  2. Me alegra que te guste y si al final nos los aprendemos, eso que nos llevamos jejejeje.