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Is the preposition 'on' used with angry in American English? Do Americans also say "angry with somebody"?
Thanks in advance.
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Angry at somebody. Yes, 'angry with' is also used.
In addition, 'Angry about' is also a valid form.
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We only use angry with somebody in Canada.
Interesting,Anon. Thanks
The usage of <Angry about> + <something> is common in AmE. For instance , you can click on http://www.cnn.com/2005/BUSINESS/11/25/commonwealth/index.html and search the word 'angry',perhaps.
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In BrE, "angry" is used:

angry with (someone)
angry about (something)
angry that (clause)

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Tammy
you can say angry at (someone) also , cant you???
can i say:

- angry at somebody because of something
- angry with somebody at something (like, we are together angry because of something)?

or when i say angry with somebody that means that i'm angry at somebody?
(In other words: angry with
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