TPO 26 - Question 5

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in the argument one, there is no 'upset him', from the text:
'It's just that, well, there'll probably be a smaller audience on a Wednesday which might be kind of disappointing.'

a kind of disappointing to the band. or 'to us'

there are two 'even though' in the second argument.

In speaking, better to use the words exactly what we heard. . Accuracy is more important than varieties in speaking.
Definitions of disappoint
fail to fulfill the hopes or expectations of (someone).
I have no wish to disappoint everyone by postponing the visit
synonyms: let down, fail, dissatisfy, dash someone's hopes, upset, dismay, sadden
Definitions of upset
a state of being unhappy, disappointed, or worried.
domestic upsets
make (someone) unhappy, disappointed, or worried.
the accusation upset her
synonyms: distress, trouble, perturb, dismay, disturb, discompose, unsettle, disconcert, disquiet, worry, bother, agitate, fluster, throw, ruffle, unnerve, shake, hurt, sadden, grieve
unhappy, disappointed, or worried.
she looked pale and upset
synonyms: distressed, troubled, perturbed, dismayed, disturbed, unsettled, disconcerted