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Let The Cat Out Of The Bag

Let The Cat Out Of The Bag - to announce something that was supposed to be a secret or a surprise

  • My sister let the cat out of the bag, and told our mother, that we are planing a party for her.
  • Do not let the cat out of the bag, but I am getting married.
  • Do you think the children will let the cat out of the bag? If I tell them a secret.
  • Out teacher let the cat out of the bag, when she told us about the trip.
  • Don't let the cat out of the bag, but I had a car accident.


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