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  1. sarahxj
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    full of surprise?

    Dear teachers,

    I don't quite understand what 'full of surprise' means, what do they really mean when peopley say 'you are surely a girl full of surprise'? In what situation people usually say this? is it positive comments or negative, or means nothing?


    I posted this question yesterday but can't find it today, so I post it again, sorry if you see duplicate messages.

  2. sarahxj
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    Re: full of surprise?

    do they mean the surprise is pleasant or unpleasant? thanks.

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  3. sarahxj
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    Re: full of surprise?

    thanks for your reply, I am happy now. :D

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