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Do you know that these gloves have lay on the bureau all week?

A. have lay on
B. have laid on
C. would lie on
D. had laid on
E. have lain on

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New post 11 Aug 2019, 06:50
A. have lay on
use of past tense is wrong here

B. have laid on
here laid is incorrect here
laid---past participle of 'to lay'(means to put or place something) that is a transitive verb and that takes object directly and doesn't make sense without one

C. would lie on
would is incorrect here

D. had laid on
past perfect is incorrect here----laid is also incorrect

E. have lain on (correct)
lain--is a past participle of 'to lie'(means to be located)-- intransitive and doesn't take object directly
these books are located on the table all week --we need present perfect to show that something started in the past but its effect is still present


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