Grammar : Your/You're, Farther/Further, Lie/Lay, Lay/Laid Quiz

*Theme/Title: Your/You're, Farther/Further, Lie/Lay, Lay/Laid
* Description/Instructions
Many people confuse your/you're, farther/further, lie/lay, and lay/laid.
Try using you are instead of you're. If it sounds right, you know that's the correct word.
Farther refers to distance, while further usually means to a greater degree, or more.
The past tense of lie is lay, but the past tense of lay is laid. You lie down, but you lay down earlier. You lay something down, but you laid it down earlier.

Group: Language Arts Language Arts Quizzes
Topic: Grammar

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