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I'm not angry at you...
I'm not angry with you...
I'm not angry with you...

Which one of the sentences goes more properly way?

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I'm not angry AT you...
I'm not angry WITH you...
I'm not angry TO you...

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For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    People will most often say "I'm not angry WITH you...", but commonly you may also hear someone say "I'm not angry AT you..."

    I would say "at" can connote "talking down to someone".
    "with" is more on the same level.

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