- She felt restless/angry not to be invited.
1a. She felt restless/angry for being not invited.
- She felt restless/angry to be blamed.
2a. She felt restless/angry for being blamed.
Please correct the above. Thanks.
‘Restless’ doesn’t make sense there. It is an incorrect vocabulary choice.
1a is incorrect.
2. She felt angry to be blamed.
2a. She felt angry for being blamed.
Are they correct? Thanks.
Referring to the previous comment of Beeesneees, I think, they are correct.
Yes, though the second is a little more ‘awkward’ and could usually be avoided. Also the nuance is different. Within a given context, it may be that one of them is incorrect.
Could you please explain the nuance involved so that we can understand how you are viewing?
- She felt angry to be blamed.
- She felt angry for being blamed.
To me, the second alone appears to be acceptable with the change.
She felt angry at being blamed.