English useful phrases: Expressing Disappointment

English useful phrases: Expressing Disappointment

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What a shame!
Are you disappointed with me?
But what good will it do?
Disappointment was written in his face.
Her disappointment was visible.
Her hopes were dashed
How disappointing!
I had high hopes for …
I had hoped that I’d be able to meet him.
I thought he could do better.
I was so looking forward to …
I wish that someone had let me know.
I’m disappointed in you, Paul.
I’m disappointed in your decision, but I respect it.
I’d very much hoped that I’d be able to meet him.
I’d very much hoped that I’d get selected this time.
I’m disappointed in him.
I’m sorry to hear that.
I’ve never been so disappointed in my life.
It was an absolute waste of money.
It wasn’t as good as I thought it would be.
It’s a great shame.
It’s a little bit disappointing, isn’t it!
It’s most unfortunate.
It’s very upsetting that this has happened.
Lady Gaga announced her retirement, much to the dismay of her fans.
Oh dear! I’ve spilt the milk.
Oh no, what a letdown!
Oh no, what a shame!
Oh well, never mind.
Oh, damn!
Oh, dear! What fools we were!
Oh, no!
Oh, no! Not again!
Oh, that’s a nuisance!
Paul, now utterly disheartened, abandoned his project altogether.
That stinks.
That’s so disappointing!
That’s too bad.
That’s a great pity.
That’s a pity.
The failure to get the job came as a blow.
Things always go wrong.
Tina’s disappointment was apparent.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t reach there in time.
What we had been led to expect was …
What’s the point of giving a party now?
When I think of it!
You look so sad.



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