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    to be angry

    Which of these are more common in everyday talk?

    to be/get/become angry at somebody/something
    to be/get/become angry with somebody/something
    to be/get/become angry about somebody/something

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    Re: to be angry

    Being angry and getting/becoming angry are two different things.
    They are all used. We tend to use 'about' with 'something'; 'at' and 'with' with 'someone'.

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