How do you say in Mexican Spanish, "she will get angry" ? Thanks so much for all your help, as always!
Thanks so much for all your kind help, as always!
I meant, in the dictionary, they separate between Spain and the Americas. I don't know how a Mexican gardener from Mexico City would say it. Thanks! - kayliejones
If you think about it, you'll see that the answer cannot be as straightforward as all that.
Let's put the question on its head, so to speak, and I'll ask you : "Say Kaylie, how woud a gardener from Louisiana say 'she will get angry'?" How would a plumber from Seattle say it? How about an electrician from Witham, England?
See the problem? The answer is - there's no way to know what anyone might say. I can give you a couple of standard Spanish answers: "ella se va a enojar" or "ella se va a molestar".
Or you can ask about specific slang words that are commonly used in a given region. For example, English speakers from different regions, and under different circumstances, might say: "mad, annoyed, pi##ed, pi##ed off, ticked off", and so forth instead of "angry". Likewise you may get different words if your character is from Andalucía, Guadalajara, Bogotá, Buenos Aires, Santo Domingo, Ciudad Juárez or Barquisimeto.
Question asnwered in error lol I will leave it to the mexican natives
When you say "Mexican Spanish", do you mean you're looking for particular slang words from Mexico for "angry" ? Did you have a specific region in mind?