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    Scream "at" or "on" me - how to say right?

    I work at daycare. At the end of the day I told a parent about her child,"She was angry with me then she screamed at me". Is it right to say this way?

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    Re: Scream "at" or "on" me - how to say right?

    Quote Originally Posted by olgkul View Post
    I told a parent about her child,: "She was angry with me, and then she screamed at me".
    You are right: we scream at people, not on them.

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