Re: Angry at someone or angry with someone
It's not a matter of a grammar rule as such - it's a matter of what people say. 'At' and 'against' are used, but 'with' is far more common.
It would make a difference to us. We don't help with homework assignments. Your teacher wants to know what you can do, not what we can do.
Originally Posted by dannyritz
Once your homework has been corrected/marked, we can then help with anything you don't understand.
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