you're not going to angry your friend

svetlana14

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Please listen to this video[FONT=&quot] clip[/FONT]. It seems to me that the guy is saying "you're not going to angry your friend for working..." Is it true? If it is true - is "angry" the verb in this case and why there is no a preposition following "angry". Is it grammatically correct? Many thanks.
 

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There's a very quick and quiet with after angry.
 

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I think mohammedabo wants to know when the sentence appears in the video, i.e., after how many seconds.
 

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Please listen to this video clip. It seems to me that the guy is saying "you're not going to angry your friend for working..." Is it true? If it is true - is "angry" the verb in this case and why there is no a preposition following "angry". Is it grammatically correct? Many thanks.
Svetlana, that clip is over eight minutes long. Always tell us where in the clip you want us to start listening.

Thanks!
 
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