Rabu, 14 November 2012

BLAMING AND ACCUSING SOMEONE


Blaming
Blaming is an expression that is used to say/think that someone is responsible for something done (badly or wrongly) or not done. Blaming is about finding fault.


Here are some expressions for blaming :

§  Are you out of your mind?
§  How could you do such a thing?
§  What on earth were you thinking?
§  It’s your fault/mistake.
§  I think you are to blame.
§ I think you are the one who could have done it.
§  I can’t believe that you did it.
§  I hope you are sorry.
§  You are behind all this!
§  You have to responsible for this!
§  You should finish what you’ve started!
§  It’s all because of you!
§  It’s your responsibility!
§  I blame you on........


And here are some expression to response it :
§  I’m sorry. It’s my fault.
§  It’s my responsibility. I’m sorry.
§  I’m sorry for the things I’ve done.
§  Sorry for my fault.
§  I know this was my fault.
Accusing
Accusing is an expression that is used to say what you believe when someone is guilty of a crime or of doing something bad although he/she doesn’t know the truth.

Here are some expressions for accusing :
§  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.
§  You must be the doer.
§  No one else could do such a thing, but you.
§  I accuse you on........



And here are some expression to response it :
§  No, I didn’t.
§  No. It wasn’t me.
§  Yes, I did. Sorry.
§  I’m really sorry. I didn’t mean to.
§  You are probably right.
§  I’m sorry. It’s my fault.
§  Sorry for my fault.
§  I’m sorry for I’ve done.
§  I’m sorry.

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