Meaning of ANGER in English
BAD : I was surprised and anger that he did not apologize.
GOOD : I was surprised and angry that he did not apologize.
Anger is a noun and a verb: 'The workers who lost their jobs expressed anger and resentment.' 'The government's handling of the affair has angered local residents.' The adjective is angry : 'Some of the women felt angry about the way they were treated.'
BAD : He'll have to learn how to control his anger.
GOOD : He'll have to learn how to control his temper.
control/keep/lose your temper (NOT anger ): 'The problem with George is that he can't control his temper.' (= cannot stop himself from suddenly getting angry)
Longman Common Errors English vocabulary. Английский словарь распространенных ошибок Longman. 2012