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Anarchists believe that the ideal society is one in which the motivation to maintain law and order lies in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than in the threat of force.

A) lies in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than in the threat of force
B) lie in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than in the threat of force
C) lays in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than the threat of force
D) lay in the innate reasonableness of human nature instead of the threat of force
E) lies in the innate reasonableness of human nature instead of the threat of force

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Anarchists believe that the ideal society is one in which the motivation to maintain law and order lies in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than in the threat of force.

A) lies in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than in the threat of force
B) lie in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than in the threat of force
C) lays in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than the threat of force
D) lay in the innate reasonableness of human nature instead of the threat of force
E) lies in the innate reasonableness of human nature instead of the threat of force


Subject- The motivation-Singular.
Verb should be singular-Lies.
Lie is the correct usage.
Eliminate B, C, and D.
Instead of means in addition to.
Eliminate E.

A is the correct answer.
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Anarchists believe that the ideal society is one in which the motivation to maintain law and order lies in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than in the threat of force.

A) lies in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than in the threat of force ( Correct )
B) lie in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than in the threat of force (the verb should be singular)
C) lays in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than the threat of force ( Lies is better than Lays )
D) lay in the innate reasonableness of human nature instead of the threat of force (Same as B)
E) lies in the innate reasonableness of human nature instead of the threat of force
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Harshgmat wrote:
Anarchists believe that the ideal society is one in which the motivation to maintain law and order lies in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than in the threat of force.

A) lies in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than in the threat of force
B) lie in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than in the threat of force
C) lays in the innate reasonableness of human nature rather than the threat of force
D) lay in the innate reasonableness of human nature instead of the threat of force
E) lies in the innate reasonableness of human nature instead of the threat of force


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Start by choosing between lies, lie, lays, and lay. We need a singular, present tense, intransitive verb, so lies (A) is correct. (If you're not sure about the difference between lie and lay, look it up in the dictionary; the distinction is important in Sentence Correction.) Choices (C), (D), and (E) fail to observe parallelism: We have to say that the motivation lies in one thing instead of (or rather than) in something else.
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