Vocabulary practice: blame – 1

A collocations exercise

Complete the sentences with the most suitable collocations. When you have entered all your answers, click on the "Check answers" button. If you make a mistake, please try again until you get all the answers right.
   blame Cleo for being      blame me      blaming the fire on      have yourself to blame      take all the blame      takes a little more than his share of the blame   
  1. My little sister always tries to when she gets in trouble.
  2. I don't mad at her boyfriend. He is always hitting on other girls when they go to a party.
  3. If you fail your test, you'll only because you didn't study a bit.
  4. Police are a group of teenage vandals who have been getting into trouble all over town.
  5. "A good leader , a little less than his share of the credit." (John Maxwell)
  6. In life, you can't take all the credit when things are going well, so you don't have to when they go badly.