English verb disappoint [ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪnt].
Relate to: regular verbs.
3 forms of verb disappoint: Infinitive (disappoint), Past Simple - (disappointed), Past Participle - (disappointed).
Forms of verb disappoint in past tenses
👉 Forms of verb disappoint in future and past simple and past participle.
❓ What is the past tense of disappoint.
Three forms of verb disappoint
|Base Form||Past Simple||Past Participle|
What is 2nd and 3rd form of disappoint?
🎓 Base Form (Infinitive) disappoint in Past Simple, Future Simple, Present Perfect, Past Perfect, Future Perfect?
- First form (V1) - disappoint. (Present simple, Future Simple)
- Second form (V2) - disappointed. (Past simple)
- Third form (V3) - disappointed. (Present perfect, Past perfect)
What are the past tense and past participle of disappoint?
The past tense of disappoint is: disappoint in past simple is disappointed. and past participle is disappointed.
What is the past tense of disappoint?
The past tense of disappoint is disappointed.
The past participle of disappoint is disappointed.
Past simple — disappoint in past simple disappointed.
Future simple — disappoint in future simple disappoint. (will + V1)
Present Perfect — disappoint in present perfect tense disappointed. (have\has + V3)
Past Perfect — disappoint in past perfect tense disappointed. (had + V3)
disappoint regular or irregular verb?
👉 Is disappoint an irregular verb?? disappoint is regular verb.
Examples of Verb disappoint in Sentences
- New films continue to disappoint head office (Present Simple)
- Buying paintings disappointed our parents (Past Simple)
- He is genuinely disappointed that he cannot come with us. (Present Simple)
- He disappointed me, as did his job. (Past Simple)
- I feel very disappointed that I was not hired for this job. (Present Simple)
- Local residents were disappointed with the government's decision. (Past Simple)
- Your mom and I are very disappointed in you. (Present Simple)
- I was bitterly disappointed with this turn of events. (Past Simple)
- We have been disappointed that they hadn't gone with us. (Present Perfect)
- I am disappointed that my efforts have yielded so few results. (Present Simple)