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Values of idioms:

1. MY HEAD HURTS
2. TO THROW WORDS TO THE WIND

As treated hippopotamus

- Today here, tomorrow there,
Singing Hippo.
But home he was in no hurry -
He is in the forest well lived.

In the morning, afternoon and before going to sleep
Swam in lake forest.
Visited my friends,
Attended a Forestry Museum.

Does not suffer from overheating:
Eat right, pines on the left.
Not had a headache
From fear to meet the Lion.

But one day in bad weather
He climbed up, silly, in the water.
And for this she was paid -
Very cold!

- We will save you, baby, -
Says Wood Mouse. -
Don't worry, honey!
Here's your pill.

Cold nose drops
From pharmacy Hedgehog brought,
And then another medicine,
To bring the temperature down.

Teddy bear friend honey gives:
We always it helps.
Words on the wind does not throw -
Honey all friends save!

-I have, friends, healthy!
Don't call doctors.
All friends thank -
All "thank you" I say!"

Ran suddenly Ant,
Faithful friend of the forest animals.
He repeated on the run:-
- To offer massage can!

The mole said: -
For many years I Studied etiquette.
FOR THE SLIGHTEST SERVICE
SAY "THANK YOU" TO A FRIEND!

Don't worry, honey! Here's a pill.

Headache (about something) - something concerned, worried.

To throw words to the wind - to say nothing rashly, without benefit.

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