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1. He has lifted weighs on the stage.
2. He has lifted weight on the stage.
3. He has lifted a weight on the stage.
4. He is lifting weights on the stage.
5. He is lifting weight on the stage.
6. He is lifting a weight on the stage.

(Which one is correct?)

  • English - ,

    All but #1 are gramatically correct ways of describing slightly different situations.

    In #1, "weighs" is misspelled.

    When you say someone is "lifting weight", that does not imply that only one weight is beign lifted.

    1-2-3 and 4-5-6 differ in tense. That does not mean one set is correct and the other is not

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