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1. He lied me that you were a fine gardener.

2. He lied that you were a fine gardener.

3. He lied to me that you were a fine gardener.

4. He lied.

5. He lied you were a fine gardener.

(Are they all grammatical? Which ones are wrong grammatically?)

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    3 and 4 are grammatically correct; 1 and 2 are not.

    5 needs a semicolon.

    He lied; you were a fine gardener.

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