Tham khảo 1 số từ vựng về topic anger
- Confide in sb: tâm sự với ai
- (to be) sick and tired of something|someone : to be annoyed, angry, or upset about something or someone and you can’t tolerate it anymore Example: I’m so sick and tired of the neighbours next door singing karaoke all night long every weekend!
- (to) freak out: to be angry, worried, or scared by something Example: I was absolutely freaking out (worried) about my upcoming exam because I hadn’t prepared at all
- get on someone’s nerves: when something really irritates or annoys somebody Example: My little brother really gets on my nerves when he won’t help me do the house chores.
- (to) drive someone crazy|mad: when someone is irritated or annoyed by someone or something Example: Getting stuck in traffic jams during rush hour really drives me crazy!
- It really drives my neighbours mad when I play my music loudly late at night.
- make your blood boil: when something makes you angry or extremely annoyed (similar to get on your nerves but stronger) Example: The way people drive in this city really makes my blood boil sometimes!
Tham khảo các IDEAS về emotions từ thầy Simon nhé:
- show your emotions
- I’m angry with a friend or someone in my family, it’s best to tell them what the problem is and try to express how I feel. However, I don’t think it helps to argue with people when you’re angry; it’s better to control the anger and explain what’s wrong.
- The stereotypical view is that women are more emotional, and in my experience there is some truth in this; my mother, for example, tends to show her feelings much more readily than my father. However, I’m sure that there are exceptions to the stereotype.
- I think that boys are often taught from an early age not to cry. Also, boys are aware that their friends might see it as a sign of weakness if they show their feelings. Perhaps girls are brought up to be more sensitive to their friends' feelings.
- I felt frustrated and powerless because there was nothing I could do to change the situation, and I had no idea how long I would be sitting there waiting. When I finally saw the reason for the congestion, I was relieved that I was close to getting past the roadworks, but I still felt a bit stressed knowing that I was half an hour late.