Making apologies and apologizing in English
Learning how to apologize in English
Sometimes you might need to apologize to a family member, friend or another person. By apologizing to another person you saying you are sorry for making a mistake or saying something that has caused them inconvenience or unhappiness.
Ways to apologize to someone
Please will you accept my apology.
Please can you accept my humblest apology.
I was wrong.
I should not have said that. to you I feel bad now.
The comments I made about you were ill-advised.
I made a foolish mistake.
I am genuinely sorry for what I did.
There is no excuse for my bad behaviour last night.
It was not my intention to make you look stupid. I am deeply sorry.
I do apologize for not turning up today.
I must apologize for the comments I made about your weight.
I apologize for eating your sandwich.
I would like to apologize for my child’s behaviour at school.
I should not have borrowed your shirt without asking you first.
It was my entire fault.
I am so ashamed of my self
Please, forgive me for my mistake.
Excuse me for interrupting your meeting.
I am terribly sorry for breaking my promise to you.
Please, can you forgive me for forgetting to pick you up late last night?
Please, accept my apologies for not being there when you needed me.
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