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comment “Angry with” vs. “angry at” vs. “angry on”
I am a South-Indian and I was recently confused about this usage - "angry on" vs "angry with" vs "angry at" someone. I understand that "angry with" someone is the correct usage. However I realized that "angry on someone" is a direct translation from Tamil, a South Indian language.
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comment Name for the relationship of wife’s sister’s husband
@JanusBahsJacquet Chinese is indeed on the other end of the spectrum compared to English! Just to confirm - did you mean "wife’s younger brother’s husband" or is it a term for "wife’s younger brother’s partner"?
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