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Rise/Raise

1. Petter rises to welcome his guest.
2. Jimmy raises the computer.
3. The sun has risen already.
4. The money has been raised by the charity.
5. The farmer raised the sweetcorn by himself.
6. She rose up to eat her breakfast on the bed.
7. She rose to eat her breakfast on the bed.

8. Terence just came back from work and lied down on the sofa immediately.
9. That girl laid her doll on her bed.
10. He lied on the grass.
11. Tom has been laid down by the doctor.
12. The doll has been laid on the bed.
13. I would like to raise a question.

Thanks for checking the sentences above. I would also like to raise a question; as I know, the "lie" and "rise" are intransitive, so does that mean they cannot be used in passive voice? For instance, "The cat has been rose" and "The paper has been lied on the table" are both wrong, am I correct?

Might I also ask when should we use "lay down" and "lie down" and just "lay" and "lie"?

Thank you so much for answering.
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Rise/Raise, Lie/Lay-- some of your sentences are odd in meaning, but you have used these verbs correctly for the most part. These 2 are wrong:

8. Terence just came back from work and lied down on the sofa immediately.
10. He lied on the grass.

I would also like to raise a question; as I know, the "lie" and "rise" are intransitive, so does that mean they cannot be used in passive voice? Am I correct?-- Yes, you are correct.

Might I also ask when should we use "lay down" and "lie down" and just "lay" and "lie"?-- Hard to say-- probably use 'down' when that direction is very clear and is important to the statement.
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Thank you for your reply.

I believe that those 2 sentences were wrong due to the wrong spelling of the past tense of "lie", which should be "lay" instead of "lied", am I correct?

Therefore the sentences should be:
8. Terence just came back from work and lay down on the sofa immediately.
10. He lay on the grass.

To conclude, the present participle of "lay" is the same with the past tense of "lie", am I correct?

Thank you so much for answering.
Your corrections are correct but your terms are not. The present/dictionary form of 'lay' is spelt the same as the simple past of 'lie':

lie lay lain
lay laid laid

There is also the verb meaning to not tell the truth:

lie lied lied