052. It’s too bad that…
->express a concern or regret for what has happened.
It’s too bad that we lost the match.
It’s too bad that we have to cancel the get-together.
It’s too bad that you can’t come.
It’s too bad.
It’s too bad that the rain spoiled our picnic.
A: What happened to Steve? I haven’t seen him at work for a long time.
B: He was fired because of his poor work performance.
A: It’s too bad he’s gone. He had such a good sense of humor.
B: Yes, but he also had a serious drinking problem which affected his work.
A: I didn’t know that.
B: Yeah. He had such potential too. It’s too bad.
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