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Does anybody know where I can find a list of confusing phrases like "angry at vs. angry with" or "talk to vs. talk with"?
Thank you very much!
Consider the seperate meaning of the prepostion.
With (in both these this instances) describes some kind of interaction or association.
Richard is talking with/to John - an interaction involving talking (between Richard and John).
Richard is angry with John - an anger directed towards/accosiated with John (coming from Richard).
I am not a teacher.