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She has been lying #1 (permalink) Wed Jun 01, 2005 6:43 am   She has been lying
 

Test No. errors/elem-3 "She works hard", question 3

You can usually tell when she has been laying because her cheeks go bright red.

(a) tell
(b) laying
(c) go

Test No. errors/elem-3 "She works hard", answer 3

You can usually tell when she has been lying because her cheeks go bright red.

Correct entry: lying
The error was: (b) laying
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I chose B and my entry is lying. Is this correct?
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Hong Ha
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Lying #2 (permalink) Wed Jun 01, 2005 20:59 pm   Lying
 

Yes your answer is correct.

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