Messed up how "sitting" can refer to either moving from a standing to a sitting position or continuing to sit on an ongoing basis
@matt germanic languages have pairs stand/stand, sit/set, lay/lie (cf stehen/stellen, sitzen/setzen, liegen/legen) where the latter is transitive/causative ie to sit is to set oneself, to lay is to lie oneself
they also often describe objects as standing/sitting/laying somewhere (instead of just *being* somewhere), based on whether they're vertical, flat etc which english also forgot
english retains "to set" which etymologically means "to make something sit [the way you want]"
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