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    Cool angry with someone

    Hi there,
    Well, we say something like "I am or he/she is angry on you" when we fight or argue with someone. But what are the other alternatives that native speakers use in their day-to-day conversation? I don't know if you can understand my question. Let me get to the point directly! What are the others expressions for "I am angry with you."?

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    Re: angry with someone

    I am/he is/she is angry with you is the way we say it. We don't use "on".

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    #3

    Re: angry with someone

    "I'm mad at you." is also common.

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    #4

    Re: angry with someone

    Can't I also say that somebody is angry AT me for doing something wrong?

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    Re: angry with someone

    Yes.

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    Re: angry with someone

    Sorry! I sometime use "on" with angry and thanks Mike for correcting me. But here I am looking for some new words or expressions other than "angry" like Ach4124 suggested "mad". Thanks Ach4124! I hope native speakers would have some other expressions or words.

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    Re: angry with someone

    You can probably say "I don't like what you did."

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