Intimidating things to say
This is also a better way to tell a friend, coworker or relative that you aren’t to be messed with right now, since it’s not all that aggressive, and you can keep the situation from going out of control.Translated as “I’m furious,” this sentence takes the level up a notch, revealing that you truly mean business.It’s also not too vulgar or insulting that you would end up getting into a brawl with it.
You may not even use this as an angry statement, but it works for that as well.
So if you’re learning German through books, movies or TV, it’s imperative to recognize these emotional sentences.
Pronounced like “Kvatch,” this is one of the more commonly used terms when showing your angry side.
Germans don’t have that many hand gestures to pair with these statements, so when you’re feeling furious, resort to the standard face expressions and arm movements you would consider when speaking English.
A red face and a grimace usually gets the point across.