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Blaming and Accusing in English

 
Expressions of Blaming Someone:

 It’s your fault.
 It’s your mistake.
 I can’t believe that you did it.
 How could you do such a thing?
 Are you out of your mind?
 What on earth were you thinking?
 I think you are the one to blame.
 I think you are the one who could have done it.

Expressions of Accusing Someone:

 It must have been you who did it.
 I think you’re the only person who could have done it.
 You must be doing something wrong.

Accepting blaming and accusing:

 I’m sorry. It’s my fault.
 I’m sorry for the things I’ve done.
 I’m really sorry. I didn’t mean to.
 Sorry for my fault.
 It’s my responsibility. I’m sorry.
 You’re right! It’s my fault. I’m sorry.

Refusing blaming and accusing:

 It’s not true.
 It’s not my fault.
 I’m not the one to blame.
 I didn’t do it.
 You’re wrong. It wasn’t me.

 

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Zau Htoi - August 23, 2018

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    Michelle Tran - August 26, 2018

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