Here some example of expressing anger or displeased and annoyance, summarized from Function in English by John Blundell, 1992: 50. The examples are categorized by the situation: informal, neutral and formal. Here they are:
- I’m very annoyed …
- Oh dear…/Oh No!
- What a nuisance!
- This really makes me cross/angry.
- It annoys me.
- It isn’t very nice/ pleasant.
- I really hate him!
- Oh, hell, No!
- Oh damn!
- Oh no, what’s next?
- She makes me mad.
- He really makes me see red.
- What an idiot!
- I can’t stand it anymore.
- I’m fed up with it.
- That’s the last straw.
- Why the hell didn’t he stop calling me..?
- I’ve had just about enough of this condition.
- This is extremely irritating
- I can’t say I’m at all pleased …
- I’m extremely displeased/angry/unhappy.
- I must say I reject to I will not pull up with
- I take great exception to …