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Do the following all work and mean nearly the same thing?
1-1. It annoys me that she dominates the conversation.
1-2. It annoys me because she dominates the conversation.
1-3. It annoys me when she dominates the conversation.
2-1. I am annoyed that she dominates the conversation.
2-2. I am annoyed because she dominates the conversation.
2-3. I am annoyed when she dominates the conversation.
Thank you.
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I think thay all work within a given context Itasan. 1-2 has a meaning slightly different from the others, in that it implies there is an additional source of annoyance
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Yes, why not?
"I (always) become annoyed etc..."
Or "I get annoyed..."
It implies it's a situation you're going through quite often

Though "become" doesn't sound the best solution. I prefer 'get'
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About 2-3, shouldn't it be better to use: I become annoyed when she dominates the conversation.
Is it right ot use the present simple in this context?
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