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Why do I fail?

Why do I fail?

You Fail Because You Don’t Take Responsibility for What Happens in Your Life. Also known as having-an-excuse-for-everything disorder. To fix the problems in your life you must have power over them. You can’t have power over aspects of your life unless you take responsibility for them.

What is the past tense of fail?

fail ​Definitions and Synonyms ​‌‌‌

present tense
he/she/it fails
present participle failing
past tense failed
past participle failed

How do you use the word fail me?

said to emphasize your surprise or shock, especially at something you have just seen or been told: “So what did you think of Olive’s pink outfit?” “Words fail me. I’ve never seen anything quite like it!”

Is fail or is failed?

if you fail is probably the form you want. failed implies past tense, that it has already happened, but can also be correct. Correct examples of fail : If you fail to explain to me where those coffee cups went, I will fire you.

How do you use fail in a sentence?

Examples of fail in a Sentence Verb He failed in his first attempt but succeeded in his second attempt. His first company failed, but his second company succeeded. He felt that he had failed her when she needed him most. The government has failed the voters.

How do u feel when u fail?

Failure is accompanied by a variety of emotions: embarrassment, anxiety, anger, sadness, and shame, to name a few. Those feelings are uncomfortable, and many people will do anything they can to escape feeling emotional discomfort. Allowing yourself to feel bad is motivating.

What it means to fail someone?

transitive verb. 1a : to disappoint the expectations or trust of her friends failed her. b : to miss performing an expected service or function for his wit failed him.

Was failed Is it correct?

If someone takes a test and doesn’t pass it, we can say “He was failed when he took his driving test.” This tells you how to find examples yourself: (Look for passive forms like “was failed” “is failed”, “has been failed” and so on.)