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FREE Grammar poster: Lie vs. Lay My college professor illustrated this well by lying down on a huge table (lie), then standing on the table, hold a huge dictionary above his head, dropping it onto the table, and saying, "I LAY the book on the table." He did this several times. I've never forgotten the difference. But this is a good graphic.

“Be left out in the cold” means “to be ignored, forgotten and neglected”. Example: As soon as she went to the table where the group was sitting, they stopped talking. She was left out in the cold.