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It’s your fault in Spanish 🇪🇸

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It’s your fault Es culpa tuya
How to say “It’s your fault” in Spanish? “Es culpa tuya”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “Es culpa tuya” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on It’s your fault in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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To keep in mind for the app

There are two versions of this sentence in the app: “Es culpa tuya” and “Es tu culpa” (obviously both are correct options). Just keep that in mind when this phrase comes up in battles or exams.

8 months ago

Correction maybe

It should be “it’s your fault” = esto es tu culpa or
“la culpa es tuya” = the fault is yours

2 years ago

I think it’s because the fault (culpa) belongs to the person referred to. Normally in such a case the person to whom the subject belongs would preceed the subject, as in “Es tu culpa”, which is like saying “It’s your fault”. So when you switch it around, as in “Es culpa tuya”, it’s like saying “The fault is yours”.

2 years ago

I believe “Es culpa tuya” is the best way to express the idea of “it’s your fault”.

So the English should be changed haha

2 years ago

It should be “it’s your fault” = esto es tu culpa or
“la culpa es tuya” = the fault is yours

2 years ago

Sentence info.

“Es culpa tuya” is a Spanish phrase that translates to “It’s your fault” in English. The sentence is formed as follows:

– “Es” is the third-person singular form of the verb “ser,” which means “to be.”
– “Culpa” is a noun that means “fault” or “blame.”
– “Tuya” is a possessive adjective that means “your,” agreeing in gender and number with the noun it modifies, which in this case is “culpa.” Since “culpa” is a feminine noun, “tuya” is also in its feminine form; for masculine nouns, it would be “tuyo.”

Tips to remember the phrase:
– Link “es” with the English “is” as they have equivalent meanings and are both simple present forms of “to be.”
– Remember “culpa” by associating it with the notion of culpability or blame.
– Recognize “tuya” (your) as the feminine form of “tu,” which means “your,” matched to the gender of the preceding noun.

Alternate ways to say “It’s your fault” in Spanish:
– “La culpa es tuya.”
– “Tú tienes la culpa.”
– “La responsabilidad es tuya.”
– “Eres el culpable.” (You are to blame)
– “Tú eres responsable.” (You are responsible)

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