What would you like to do?
How do you say I am angry in French?
Kei te riri au I am anrgy
Don't Angry : la ta'asseb ( Not Formal) or la taghdab ( Formal )
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 do …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.
You can say "pájaros enojados".
If you're a guy, "Estoy enojado." If you're a girl, "Estoy enojada."
non hwanasoyo ? formal non hwanaso ? informal
Tumi amar opor raag korecho kanoo.
I am angry of you is an Arabic construction in English. The proper English construction is "I am angry with you." Arabic Translation: Ana Aghdab minnak (أنا أغضب من…ك)
It all depends on what made her angry. But never say 'I'm sorry'. Remember, deeds do more than words.
fâché, fâchée ( with the hat accent over the a and the right to left accent on the e); you could also say "en colère"
nenek ennodu deshyam aano?
In Video Games
They don't say anything, they just make noises Uh, don't think so... The egg birds say, "Huzzah!" The yellow birds say, "Glooorryyyy!" The bombs say, "Ahhhhhh!" The …little blue and red birds just make noises. Not sure about the green ones. ==== The blue birds shout "Pull!" before launch and the yellow birds yell "Wolverines!" (as in the movie "Red Dawn")
This is a problem many people experience! It's hard to say or do the thing you really want to, because you don't want people to get angry with you. Angry people are scary thi…ngs! You also don't want your friends to stop liking you. Here are some great ideas to help you learn to "Have a Voice" and say what you need to. Try logic - when you start feeling nervous, tell yourself logical things such as "It's not really going to hurt me if they get mad," "I can handle their anger and still be calm," "They'll get over being mad at me," or "I can let them get that anger out of their system." The MOST logical statement you can make is, "I don't know for certain that they will even GET angry!"Try Pros & Cons - write a list (don't worry, nobody will see it) and put down every positive thing (Pros) about you saying no. Then write down all the negative things about it (Cons). If the pros are more than the cons, then you really need to say "no."Try calming techniques - deep breaths are the easiest way to calm down! It's literally impossible for people to panic when they are concentrating on breathing deeply - try it and see. You can also recite a "mantra" to yourself - this is a personal slogan that you use specifically to calm down, like "I will keep calm," or "I can handle this."Try "I" messages - people are much less likely to get mad when you tell them how you feel or think. Instead of just "no," try saying "Thanks for asking, however I FEEL ----- (your real emotion) about doing that," or "I know you really want me to do that (or go there, or whatever), but I FEEL ----."Try empathy - let the other person know you really do understand why they want you to do whatever it is that you don't want to do. They'll be less likely to get mad if they know you understand them. The best way to learn these techniques is to practice them. Get a good friend who will help out, and "role play" them. Take turns being the angry person and the person who uses the calming techniques - you'll get them down pat in no time, and be able to stand up and say "No, Thanks!"