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disappointed at or disappointed with or disappointed in.

 

disappointed at or disappointed with or disappointed in.

What is the difference between disappointed at and disappointed with and disappointed in.

I am little disappointed at you, with you or in you.

Could you tell me this?

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    This would take too much writing to explain fully. Here it the short answer: For a person we most commonly use with or in and they are both the same, you can use one or the other. At seems strange in connection with disappointed.

    'Disappointed In you' sounds correct because with people we use 'in' and with possesive pronoun we use 'with' for example: i'm disappointed with your marks!

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