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    Ju is offline Senior Member
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    Red face ...let it slip...

    We are going to give Lulu a surprise by holding a farewell party in the office after work next Friday, none of us have let it slip so far.

    • I am trying to say we are holding a farewell party without informing Lulu as a surprise that no one have disclosed it yet. Could you correct for me please?
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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Smile Re: ...let it slip...

    We are going to give Lulu a surprise by holding a farewell party for her in the office after work next Friday. Keep it quiet, none of us have let it slip so far.
    • I am trying to say we are holding a farewell party without informing Lulu as a surprise and that no one has disclosed it yet. Could you correct for me please?

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