Which is correct, laying in bed or lying in bed?

Which is correct, laying in bed or lying 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. In which case the correct expression would be: “You’re laying YOURSELF in bed.” Otherwise the correct statement is: “You’re lying in bed.” Ensure this value has at least 60 characters and not more than 4500 characters.

What’s the difference between a lay and a lie?

You lie down on a bed or other flat surface. Use this mnemonic – LAY – (pLAce) and LIE – (recLIne) Lie does not require a direct object. Lay requires a direct object. The same rule applies to laying and lying.

What’s the meaning of the word’lay’?

Here are the meanings of “lie” and “lay” : You lay something somewhere – to put something somewhere Something can lie somewhere – to be located somewhere To lie somewhere – to recline or to rest in a flat position You can only lay something but you cannot lie it. Something can lie somewhere, but it cannot lay there.

When to use lay or lie in a sentence?

In I lie down to sleep, there is no object to the sentence, just subject (I). In Now I lay me down to sleep, there is a subject (I) and an object (me). Even though the subject and object are one and the same, the object is still present in the sentence, so you must use lay.

What’s the difference between lying and laying down?

Ed was lying on the floor, kicking his legs in the air like a toddler. Jeannie was laying the books down, one by one on the table. I am lying down until this terrible cold goes away. We took care of Mom, gently laying a blanket over her when she fell asleep.

(You or anyone cannot be laying in bed, you can only be laying something or somebody (including eggs (sic)) on or in bed. In which case the correct expression would be: “You’re laying YOURSELF in bed.” Otherwise the correct statement is: “You’re lying in bed.” Ensure this value has at least 60 characters and not more than 4500 characters.

Here are the meanings of “lie” and “lay” : You lay something somewhere – to put something somewhere Something can lie somewhere – to be located somewhere To lie somewhere – to recline or to rest in a flat position You can only lay something but you cannot lie it. Something can lie somewhere, but it cannot lay there.