shout: shout at someone vs. shout to someone ✗ shout someone

By | May 31, 2017
shout: shout at someone vs. shout to someone
shout someone
One day my husband decided to wash his sweatshirt.
After going into the laundry room, he shouted to me, "What setting do I use on the washing machine?"
"It depends," I replied. "What does it say on your shirt?"
He yelled back, "University of Oklahoma."
✓ Don't shout at him. He didn't mean it.
✗ Don't *shout him*. He didn't mean it.
Non sgridarlo. Non ha fatto apposta.
✓ I shouted to John: "Let's go!"
✗ I *shouted at* John: "Let's go!"
Ho gridato a John: "Andiamo!"
If you shout, you speak very loudly.
✓ There's no need to shout! I'm not deaf!
Non c'è bisogno di urlare! Non sono sordo!
If you shout at someone, you do it because you are angry with them.
✓ Sorry for shouting at you like that.
Scusa per averti sgridato in quel modo.
If you shout to someone, you do it to get their attention.
✓ We shouted to Jake to move but he didn't hear us.
Abbiamo gridato a Jake di spostarsi ma non ci ha sentiti.

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