Translation:No it is not Dewi Lingo's fault, but yours!
I third that. blame is the natural sounding word to use in English but it needs a different construction form what they provide. I said *No, it is not Dewi lingo who is to blame but you. It is natural in English to make the things that are being contrasted the subject of the verb if you can.
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