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I am angry with/on you.

Which one is correct?
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With.
RuslanaWith.
Thank you Ruslana.

Has there any context in the world where "angry on him/someone" been used?
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No, I can't think of any contexts where you might use 'angry on someone'.

There is 'angry about' of course.
And there is also 'angry at': I'm not angry at you.
Thank you friends.
TanitAnd there is also 'angry at': I'm not angry at you.
Is there any difference in meaning between "angry at you" and "angry with you"?
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I don't see any difference.
I've learned that: at a thing and with a person, but "angry at someone" is one of exceptions. So I don't think there's any difference.
FlederI've learned that: at a thing and with a person, but "angry at someone" is one of exceptions. So I don't think there's any difference.
I can't see any difference, either. May I ask you why you think it's an exception?
As far as I now, one can be:
- angry {at | about | over} something
- angry {with | at} somebody ( {about | for} sth)
Many thanks.
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