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    Talking 123-being in blame with s.th

    Hello everyone

    What does (being in blame with s.th) mean?

    Thanks all

    Matilda

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    Default Re: 123-being in blame with s.th

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    This is an unfamiliar phrase to me, Matilda. Could you supply some context? Could it be rather 'being to blame for sth'?-- this means 'being responsible/being the cause of sth (usually unfortunate)'.
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    Talking Re: 123-being in blame with s.th

    yes, you're right. i made a mistake in sending the question.
    the sentence i had problem is: much of their conversation concerned what was wrong in their marriage, and WHO WAS TO BLAME.
    i made a mistake because of the verb (was) in the sentence

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