This intransitive Verb (Verbal Phrase) [laying on the beach] is so common (even in print) that it must be grammatical (by definition). ________________ I'd be impossible to translate this Verbal Phrase into any language while (1) getting the meaning right, AND (2) getting this nuance of [tinge of un-grammatical-ness] ________________ ________________ Could you share some quasi-Grammatical examples analogous to Am.English's [Laying on the Beach] -- in other languages ? ------ (not Strictly-Grammatical but used by many, even in Print) ---------- in French, German, Spanish, ... ________________ https://weartv.com/news/local/woman-run-over-by-pickup-truck-while-laying-on-walton-county-beach. # Woman run over by pickup truck while laying on Walton County beach -------------- by WEAR Staff ---------- Sunday, July 4th 2021 > WALTON COUNTY, Fla. (WEAR) — A pickup truck ran over a 21-year-old woman who was laying on the beach Saturday in Walton County. She suffered serious injuries. > The incident happened around 2:20 p.m. at 70 Hotz Avenue Beach Outlet in Grayton Beach. > According to Florida Highway Patrol, a pickup truck was traveling across the beach. The driver failed to see the Lake Worth woman laying on the beach. > FHP says the right front tire of the truck traveled across the woman's backside. She then had to be removed from underneath the vehicle. > The woman was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. No further details were released.