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    Default I am ashamed that I failed.

    1) I am ashamed that I failed.

    = I am ashamed of having failed.


    2) I was ashamed that I had failed.

    =I was ashamed of having failed.


    3) I was ashamed that I failed.

    = I was ashamed of failing.

    The examples above are right? And in #1, "I am ashamed of failing" is also possible and used for the same meaning? Also "I am ashamed that I fail" is possible in logic and meaning?

    What do you think? Thank you so much as usual.
    Last edited by sky3120; 08-Oct-2012 at 02:01.

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