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I have a question regarding the use of the word responsible.
A coworker is taking an english course where he told me that they always use responsible for
Well, it's been a while since my last english lessons and maybe i forgot this, cause i thought that you could / should use "responsible of".
is there a rule for the use of "for" and "of"?
thanks and regards,
The correct form is 'responsible for', not 'responsible of'.
Best wishes, Clive
please, I don't find out the difference between both expressions: "to be responsible for" and "to be responsible of". Are them the same? Could please s.o. explain it?
Thanks very much in advance,
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