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Which sentence uses lie or lay correctly? (1 point)
Please lay your pencil on top of your notebook.<----
On Sunday afternoons I often lay down for a nap.
Just lie those newspapers on the kitchen counter.
Last night I lay in bed for hours before I fell asleep.

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