Student or Learner
1) Being angry, he left the place.
2) He left the place angrily. thank you.
. . .and sir is not an appropriate form of address, as we allow women to answer questions here.
To me, these two sentences sound a bit different. While the first describes the person's mental state, the second could indicate the manner in which he left the place - he might have said something rude or slammed the door. However, feeling angry doesn't imply the actions above.
Please correct me if I'm wrong, sirs.
Edit: didn't see riquecohen's comments in blue
Last edited by Verona_82; 01-Sep-2011 at 08:00. Reason: Edit: oops, didn't see riquecohen's comments in blue