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Values of idioms:

1. THERE IS MUCH TO DO
2. TO SHOW TEETH
3. AS NO HANDS
4. LIKE A STONE WALL
5. BUCKETS OF IT
6. EH

Bunny writes letters

"Dear Hippo!
Come soon to us.
Will live with us in the forest
And to scare off the Fox.

Quickly come here.
Wait. I kiss. Little Bunny.

"Hello, dear Monkey!
Sends greetings to you Sicista.
What are you friend hurt -
Why not come?

Waiting for you the forest people.
In the summer there is much to do!
To breed in the forest of bananas -
This case monkeys".

"Crocodile, friend, great!
Ask again:
I am sure you we would not be denied -
The teeth of the Wolf show.

He should have animals to scare you.
Who will defend me?!
Without you we as without hands.
Come soon, friend!"

"Rhinoceros, native, Hello!
Buy more tickets:
Us in the forest need security
Because sooner or later
In the forest, the hunters will come
And shoot rabbits will become.

Thy mighty horn
We have helped a great deal.
Will be a beast for thee
Like a stone wall".

"Dear Giraffe!
Knowing Your kindest disposition,
I hope your friends
Will certainly be with You.

It's Africa hot,
And we have buckets
Pouring rain in the middle of the summer.
What do You say to that?

We found for You work
(The output one - Saturday)
The clouds in the sky to disperse.
Let me embrace You.
Every night in the rain
We're very, very welcome".

"Elephant, Hello! How are you?
Letters we have not send.
Without you worth the work.
Circus to build us hunting.

Are you a crane.
To may seem strange
This suggestion.
Eh:
Come the end of the week
Talk about business!"

The mole said:
Many years
I studied etiquette.
IF YOU WERE GUESTS,
ALL THEIR DEEDS CAST!

Bunny writes letters

There is much to do - so much to do.

Show your teeth - to be ready to defend, to fight back.

As no hands - to be helpless without someone (something).

Sooner or later - see here.

Like a stone wall to be protected.

(It) down about the heavy rain.

Eh - a form of polite requests.

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