Sentences about anger in English
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|SENTENCES ABOUT ANGER
|Do it now, or else…
|Don’t be silly!
|Don’t bite my head off.
|Don’t show me your face.
|Don’t take it out on me!
|Don’t talk nonsense/Stop yapping.
|Don’t try any nonsense with me.
|Don’t waste my time.
|Don’t you dare tell her about this?
|Don’t you dare tell lies to me?
|Enough is good!
|For f*ck’s sake!
|For God’s sake, leave me alone!
|Get out of my hair!
|Get out of my way!
|He flared up at me.
|He got out of bed on the wrong side this morning.
|He was outraged.
|He was rubbed up the wrong way when we started talking about promotion.”
|He’s such a grumpy old man!
|He’s always telling lies.
|He’s furious with them.
|His behaviour pisses me off.
|How could you have been so silly?
|How could you have been so silly?
|How dare you say that!
|How on earth can you live in such a filthy place?
|I can’t accept this view!
|I can’t put up with him!
|I can’t stand him any longer.
|I can’t stand it any longer!
|I could really do without it.
|I don’t believe it!
|I don’t care.
|I don’t think that’s very clever!
|I don’t want to see your face.
|I get so irritated by Paul I can’t be around her.
|I get so mad at her when she lies to me.
|I hate it when you’re in a crotchety mood.
|I have enough of that boy!
|I haven’t got time for this non-sense.
|I was absolutely livid when I found out.
|I was really pissed off by her attitude.”
|I won’t have it!
|I won’t put up with that!
|I won’t stand being treated like that.
|I won’t swallow that!
|I won’t tolerate living among them.
|I’m sick and tired of…
|I’ve had all I can take of…
|I’ve had it up to here with…
|I’ll report it to the HO if you don’t do it.
|I’m fed up with his lies.
|I’m sick and tired of telling you!
|I’m sick of all this!
|I’m so incensed I can’t think straight!
|I’m so mad right now I can’t talk to you.
|I’m tired of them!
|I’m warning you!
|I’ve heard as much as I can hear!
|If you dare say that again, I’ll hit you.
|It drives me crazy when people talk loudly in the cinema.
|It gets to me when…
|It makes me see red!
|It really gets on my nerves.
|It really gets up my nose when they start talking about soccer.
|It really ticks me off when you do…
|It’s driving me up the wall.
|It’s all because of you.
|It’s none of your business!
|Leave me alone, will you?
|Look here, I’ve come to the end of my patience.
|Look, this is getting us nowhere.
|Mind your own business!
|My brother works me up. He knows how to make me angry.
|My dad blew up when he saw the bill.
|My father was furious when we broke the window while playing ball in the house.
|My girlfriend was furious with me when I forgot to pick her up from the airport.
|Oh, stop complaining. You make me mad.
|Neils was livid when he found out his phone was stolen.
|Shame on you!
|She goes bananas if parks in her parking space.
|She totally lost it. You should go and apologise. She’s really angry with you.
|She was in a foul mood all last week.
|She went ballistic when I broke her mobile phone.
|She went postal. I’ve never seen anyone get so angry.
|She will go mental when she finds out what you did.
|She’s in a very snappy mood today.
|She’s cross with you because you have disobeyed.
|Stop shouting or I’ll go away.
|Stop shouting your head off.
|Talking about politics is like a red rag to a bull to him.
|That gets on my nerves!
|That pisses me off.
|That really gets to me.
|That serves you right!
|That ticks me off.
|That’s the last straw!
|That’s the limit!
|The heat was beginning to get to me so I went indoors.
|The things I do are my business, not yours.
|There is no reason why I should stay here.
|This is ridiculous!
|This is too much!
|Thomas is indignant that he was not given the raise he was expecting.
|Those people really drive me up the wall!
|Tina lost her temper and began shouting at Paul.
|What a nuisance!
|What a pain!
|What has that got to do with it?
|What irritates me most is that nobody believes me.
|What on earth have you been doing?
|Who do you take me for?
|Why are so angry with her?
|Why the hell didn’t you wait for me?
|You are mean.
|You are responsible for this.
|You are talking nonsense.
|You are very short-tempered.
|You can’t escape from this.
|You can’t get away like this.
|You have got to sh*tting me!
|You wouldn’t dare!
|You’d better watch what you say.