Do you know the difference between “to shout to somebody” and “to shout at somebody”?
TO SHOUT AT (somebody) => When you are angry.
TO SHOUT TO (somebody) => When you want people to hear you.
- Look, I am not some college student you can shout at.
- He shouted to me from the other side of the street.
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Prepositions of place