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    with/at

    What is the different? Which one is right?

    He's angry with me
    He's angry at me

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    Re: with/at

    Both mean the same thing.
    'Angry with' is more commonly used.

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    Re: with/at

    To me, angry at means angry directly at me, whereas angry with means angry with something that I have done.

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    Re: with/at

    The question is about 'angry with somebody(me)', not 'angry with something' though.

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    Re: with/at

    Quote Originally Posted by tedtmc View Post
    The question is about 'angry with somebody(me)', not 'angry with something' though.
    I can give you only what my intuition tells me.

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