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    #1

    I've been disappointed

    I've been disappointed in his work (all the time).

    Does the sentence mean approximately the same with or without the phrase 'all the time'?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: I've been disappointed

    I'm disappointed in his work all the time.
    How does this sound?

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