Are you great at language, grammar, punctuation and style?
Of course you are. Show it by acing some quick quizzes:

Lie vs. lay
Here’s a trick to help you remember: If you can use a form of “to be” instead and the sentence still makes sense, you want “lie”; if you can use “put,” you want “lay.”

AP style
Test your knowledge of some of the pickier points of Associated Press style.


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