How do you say I am angry in French?
'je suis en colère' or 'je suis fâché / fâchée'
It all depends on what made her angry. But never say 'I'm sorry'. Remember, deeds do more than words.
fÃ¢chÃ©, fÃ¢chÃ©e ( with the hat accent over the a and the right to left accent on the e ); you could also say "en colÃ¨re"
vous Ãªtes en colÃ¨re
They were angry because the peasants had to pay taxes and other richer people didn't have to at all. This was inequality and they wanted justice for everybody. They had to d…o chores and the Estates-General didn't come very often and they wanted him to come at least once every three years. The French were also upset about the complete monarchy in the country. Which meant that there was no government, the King just made all the decisions. They received low wages and along with the heavy taxes this led to poverty, which was unfair.
Translation: Anta Ghaadeb (Ø§ÙØª ØºØ§Ø¶Ø¨)
Because they said Germany was all the behind WWI. French and Great Britain wanted Germany to be punished. Germany was the main country who sparked the war all over Europe. Ger…many had to pay 31.5 billion dollars in 42 annual payments.
Vous Ãªtes en colÃ¨re
Don't Angry : la ta'asseb ( Not Formal) or la taghdab ( Formal )
The way to translate "are you angry" into Korean is to saydangsin-eun hwaga. If asking if someone is mad, one could saydangsin-i hwaleul.
non hwanasoyo ? formal non hwanaso ? informal