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Many species stay on the island of Cyprus for the winter as it ... on major migration routes for birds.

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1)has lain
2)lies
3)lays
4)is laying

Olesech 22 нояб. 2014 г., 13:39:32 (6 лет назад)
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Many species stay on the island of Cyprus for the winter as it ... on major migration routes for birds. 3) lays

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