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- "pity" in American English;
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In this particular context, referring to yourself, I would say it sounds more archaic than formal. I normally say I am sorry. The only case where I would use pity is in for pity's sake. See the first example of phrases containing pity.
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It can imply a slight amount of sympathy, condescension, or yes pity on the part of the speaker. The more common usage in my part of Texas would be "I'm sorry, I don't know," because it is a "simple" problem; whereas "It's a pity," "Sadly," or even "Alas," would be for situations where the problem more profound such as you have to pick up the president, pope, or mother-in-law. But "it's a pity" must have been published in some basic vocabulary book here because almost all German speakers who speak English say, "It's a pity". I imagine it's British originally.
It's a pity isn't quite worn out yet, but using Pity! The word pity is both a verb and noun.
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Should the public pity Lance Armstrong? It is an important word in the English language for which there is no equally glib substitute. Feel sorry for is three words which can be expressed by one. In North America, the expression too bad is often used rather than it's a pity. For instance, rather than it's a pity you aren't able to attend becomes too bad you aren't able to attend.
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Not all uses of one phrase substitute for the other. Too bad! It's a pity that I don't know how to get to the airport isn't a usage you will likely hear from a native speakers because it expresses an irrational degree of regret over something trivial. It sounds as if the speaker missed some past opportunity to learn how to get to the airport, and for some reason it is regretfully too late to acquire that knowledge.
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The "Britishy" Pity! I have been looking for a good alternative to pity and a shame , as they are both quite 'pityful' expressions. I like the suggestion given earlier on this page. The most neutral expression to replace "it's a pity" or "that's a shame" would be "that's unfortunate". Thank you for your interest in this question.