wats the meaning of this sentence:
I am mad on him.
But why do we say 'mad at him'? Is there any rule of using this preposition 'at' or generally spoken by native users?
OK, I couldn't see those corrections,was just concerned for the main queries.Anyways will keep in mind.
I may be wrong, payal, but I think Gilnetter meant this meaning of the word:
incongruity between what was expected and the outcome.
I believe he wanted to point out the irony of the fact that there are mistakes in my post in which I'm correcting you.
Last edited by birdeen's call; 18-Feb-2011 at 18:20. Reason: another mistake