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1. One dancer had (risen, raised) a snake above his head for the crowd to see.
2.The growing corn (rises, raises) high in the Hopi country of Arizona.
3.In a moment, dad had (rose, raised) his hat to shade my face from the sun.
4.How long has it (laid, lain) there?


  • English -

    The first three are right.

    4. lain
    Principle parts:

    lie (meaning reclining or resting)
    lay, lain

    lay (meaning setting)
    laid, laid

  • English -

    Forgot the present participles:

    lie, lying
    lay, laying

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