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I would like to ask:

I do not have any responsibility with this problem

I do not have any responsibility for this problem

Which one is correct? And when should I use with instead of for?
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Welcome to the forum, Stephen.

We have responsibility for something.
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Thank you. Could you please give a few more details on why?

Like I think you can say:

He has responsibility with his time

which is correct.

So how come sometimes we can use with and sometimes not?
Stephen YaoLike I think you can say:He has responsibility with his time
That does not sound natural to me.
Hi, I am not a teacher. So please don't rely on my answer.

So how come sometimes we can use with and sometimes not?
I think, usually when we hear "responsibility" we think about "being responsible for something or someone" so its better to use "for".

Read the two examples below. They are not responsible for something or someone but they are talking about "responsibility".
  • Teaching kids about responsibility with money.
  • I want to share my responsibility with you.
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