There are many different ways to express anger in English; it is important to be able to speak in an agile way and vary your vocabulary. This is how we enhance our level. Here are just a few suggestions:
I was so angry when I found out.
I am so annoyed about what has happened.
I will be cross if you do not listen to me.
My boss was furious about the incident.
We will be mad if things do not go our way.
I want crazy about what you said to me last week.
Sorry for losing it yesterday, I shouldn´t have got so angry.
Hit the roof
I really hit the roof last week after my boss shouted at me.
I was irate so I went for a walk to calm down.
My life will be livid when she finds out.
I was seething about the whole horrible situation.
My mother was infuriated by my actions as a child.
I have been steaming all day and I am not sure how to calm down.
A little bit of grammar: GET + ADJECTIVE
Get + upset = become sad and annoyed I get upset easily when I feel tired.
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- How often do you get annoyed?
- If you get upset at work, who do you talk to?
- Do you get infuriated by other people easily?
- When was the last time you hit the roof?
- How do you react when you are furious?