être fâché contre – Mot du jour

Gilet Jaune

être fâché contre – Mot du jour

to be angry with – French expression

What does ” être fâché contre ” mean? How do you say ‘ to be angry with ’ in French? How is it pronounced? How is it used in a French sentence? Listen to Anne, a French native say it at FrenchHour.com.

être fâché contre, être fâchée contre – to be angry against – In everyday French, être fâché uses the preposition CONTRE and it means ‘to be angry with’. Knowing the preposition that goes with a verb is very important.

  • « Les Gilets Jaunes sont super fâchés contre le gouvernement. Ils manifestent tous les jours depuis un mois. »
    • “Yellow Vests are very angry with the government. They have been demonstrating every day for a month. “
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