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1.I'm sorry to hear that.
2. That's too bad.
3. What a pity!
4. What a shame!
5. That's a pity.
6. That's a shame.
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Are they all the same in meaning? Which ones are commonly used?

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    All are fine, and I hear all of them at one time or another.

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