Spoken Pattern - 106
It’s my fault + ( Sub + Verb + Obj )
1. It’s my fault we missed the bus.
2. It’s my fault you didn’t get paid on time.
3. It’s my fault we lost the game.
A: I can’t find my car keys.
B: I’m sorry it’s my fault. I accidentally locked them in the car last night when I came home.
A: Well, at least they’re not lost.
B: That’s true but how are you going to get them out?
A: I have another set of keys tied under the car.
B: That was smart thinking.
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