Hi,

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,
New Member06
Hi,
The correct form is 'responsible for', not 'responsible of'.

Best wishes, Clive
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Anonymous:
Hi all,

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,
Ramon.
Hi,
Did you read the post just before yours?

Clive
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Anonymous:
Thnx Clive,
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