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    upset/angry

    I would like to know the difference between "1"and "2".
    1. I'm upset when you come home late.
    2. I'm angry when you come home late.

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    Re: upset/angry

    Disclimer: I'm no teacher

    Well, upset means agitated, with elements of concern and anger mixed in.

    So I'd say #1 expresses more that they were also concerned or anxious because of the person being late, while #2 only expresses their resentment/anger at the persons lateness.

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