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20:16 Nov 20, 2001
English to English translations [Non-PRO] Marketing - Internet, e-Commerce / WWW
English term or phrase:" at you " or " on you "
i want ro ask you about the sentence which is "i am angry at you" can u tell me is it right or wrong ? or can i say "i am angry on you"
both are same or not if both are same then could you please explain in the detail in which situation we can use anyone sentence ? please tell me as soon as possible i am writing you 2nd time bcoz u did not reply me b4.