Make (someone’s) blood boil
Do you know the English expression “to make (someone’s) blood boil“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the answer?
Omar: I heard your company isn’t giving bonuses this year.
Maria: That’s right. When I heard the news it made my blood boil!
Does it mean:
a) make someone sad
b) make someone angry
c) make someone’s blood hot
d) make someone turn red
The answer is below!↓
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Answer: b) make someone angry