I am/he is/she is angry with you is the way we say it. We don't use "on".
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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."?
"I'm mad at you." is also common.
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Can't I also say that somebody is angry AT me for doing something wrong?
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.
You can probably say "I don't like what you did."
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From the Collins Thesaurus of the English Language: furious, cross, heated, mad(informal), raging, provoked, outraged, annoyed,passionate, irritated, raving, hacked (off) (U.S. slang), choked, pissed (tabooslang), infuriated, hot, incensed, enraged, ranting, exasperated, irritable,resentful, nettled, snappy, indignant, pissed off (taboo slang), irate, tumultuous,displeased, uptight (informal), riled, up in arms, incandescent, ill-tempered,irascible, antagonized, waspish, piqued, hot under the collar (informal), on thewarpath, hopping mad (informal), foaming at the mouth, choleric, splenetic,wrathful