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Common English Expressions: Expressing Anger

Useful Expressions-Expressing Anger

Anger is nothing but a a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, belligerence or hostility. Anger, also known as wrath or rage. It is an intense emotional state involving a strong uncomfortable and non-cooperative response to a perceived provocation, hurt or threat. Here are the most commonly used expressions to express Anger:

  Get lost
  Go away
  Get out of my way!
  Don’t waste my time
  Don’t show your face again
  Nonsense! / Stupid! / Idiot!
  You nonsense
  Damn it
  Shame on you
  How dare you talk like that?
  It’s too much
  It’s out of control
  It’s unbelievable
  It’s not your business
  It’s none of your business
  You mind your own business
  Mind your language
  I can’t stand it any longer
  I can’t talk to you
  I don’t believe it!
  Leave me alone
  Leave me alone, will you?
  That was a bit careless, wasn’t it?
  Are you trying to make a fool of me?
  Is that all you’ve got to say?
  Do you know what you’re saying?
  No excuse
  I really hate…
  Who are you to tell me?
  I have come to the end of my patience

 

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GREETINGS INTRODUCING YOURSELF
INTRODUCING OTHERS APOLOGIZING
ENCOURAGING OTHERS EXPRESSING GRATITUDE
INVITING GIVING OPINION
COMPLIMENTING PERMITTING
AGREEING/DISAGREEING DESCRIBING SOMEBODY
EXPRESSING PLEASURE TAKING LEAVE
EXPRESSING SURPRISE COMPLAINING
SUGGESTIONS POSSIBILITY/IMPOSSIBILITY
RECOMMENDING OFFERING FOOD/DRINK
PREDICTING BUYING THINGS
WARNING
CHEERING
LIKE/DISLIKE
 

 

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