Is it correct to use 'dissapointed with/at' in gerund structures?
Or which one is correct?
And if you can, please, write me the information about Gerund if it is here (on this site).
I'm disappointed about him not coming!
They're disappointed at the result.
I was slightly disappointed by her attitude.
They're disappointed in their son!
We're disappointed with the new car!
Just a few examples. Hope someone will give us some general rules.