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    #1

    Cool disappointed

    Hi,

    Is the following sentence correct?

    'I was very disappointed to not seeing you today'.

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    #2

    Re: disappointed

    Although I am not a teacher, I would say

    "I was very disappointed not to see you today"


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    #3

    Re: disappointed

    "I was very disappointed not to see you today"

    You are absolutely right kraken.

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    #4

    Re: disappointed

    Thank you, amigo.

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