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    #1

    wrong

    Hi there,

    Can you proofread the following sentences?
    He put all the wrong on his parents.
    He put the blame on his parents.
    He put all the blame on his parents.

    thanks
    pete

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    #2

    Re: wrong

    It should be He puts...

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    #3

    Re: wrong

    The first one does not work.
    The other two are okay.
    Also simply "He blames his parents [for it all] [entirely]."

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    #4

    Smile Re: wrong

    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    It should be He puts...
    Note that it is only "he puts" if the context is in the present. In the past, "he put" is correct.

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