take offence[英][teik əˈfens] [美][tek əˈfɛns]
1、Don't take offence at what he said.
2、I hope you won't take offence if I ask you not to smoke.
3、Ursula flushed a little at the mild impertinence of this question, and yet she could not definitely take offence.
4、Many germans would take offence at the accusation of being bad europeans.
5、Please don't take offence if you don't get a good treatment here.
get angry[英][ɡet ˈæŋɡri] [美][ɡɛt ˈæŋɡri]
1、I'm not going to because l'll get angry.
2、The lack of sleep made him get angry easily.
3、If people are angry, he'd better get angry too.
4、I'm beginning to get angry with him!
5、You have no reason to get angry.
be offended with 生气
1、I say this fearing that some surviving friend of my youth may remember something in a different shape and be offended with my book.
2、Please be frank with me about my english. You can be straightforward with me. I won't be offended.
3、The second narrator fell silent, and he seemed to me to be looking with some embarrassment toward the two young men, as if afraid that he had disturbed or offended them; then he filled his glass but did not drink.
4、My peace be with them
5、I'd rather be with you
be angry at[英][bi: ˈæŋɡri æt] [美][bi ˈæŋɡri æt]
1、Don't be angry at what I've done.
2、Don't be angry at her she can't help being slow.
3、Don't be angry at your friends, or they are not always.
4、It is not hard to be angry at that person.
5、And to be angry at everyone.
1、Across the globe spending is being driven by government largesse, not animal spirits.
2、Animal spirits are a decisive factor affecting business investment.
3、Japan's animal spirits remain in deep sleep.
4、Employers may be mistaken if they assume that older workers lack the animal spirits to make a go of new ventures.
5、If, say, the outlook for financial regulation becomes clearer or the economy rebounds, animal spirits may yet return.