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  1. Ksenia
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    Question Dissapointed with/at

    Hello!
    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).
    Thanks.

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    Re: Dissapointed with/at

    Quote Originally Posted by Ksyu-k View Post
    Hello!
    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).
    Thanks.
    ***not a teacher***

    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.

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