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Values of idioms:

1. TAKE YOURSELF IN HAND
2. 'T MIND
3. IN OJODU
4. KEEP YOUR WORD

To see this bird,
Need to go abroad,
But today, Pelican
He himself had come from distant countries.

Pelican opened his mouth:
- From under the feet leaving the raft!
I am a connoisseur of marine science,
To pull myself obliged in hand!

- Raft, perhaps, not to save.
You, buddy, don't be sad.
Will not remain in trouble
Either in the woods or on the water!

- I am experienced captain! -
Exclaims The Pelican. -
And not with me sometimes
But I threw the helm.

Getting in trouble
Did not lose his courage.
Even looking at sharks,
Not I shouted "Help!"

"We, my friend, it is not difficult
To make a sailing vessel.
I want a raft, and I want a boat.
We work in ojodu.

We don't need axes! -
In unison shouted beavers. -
We are huge trunks
Give without saws.

Woodpeckers-carpenters 't mind
The victim help.
Promise wizard
To make the boat until morning.

- We has kept his word:
A boat with a sail ready.
The Pelican was very happy
Having such a frigate.

- Where I've been!
Survived the ninth wave.
Studied underwater world.
That's where the souvenir.

Parting shot time.
Remember I'm you.
Good-bye, dear!
Waiting for me the other edge.

And the frigate in the distance disappeared...
New guest came into the forest.
Surprised animal people:
- How did you get here Camel?!

The mole said:
Many years
I studied etiquette.
ON THE FACE SHOULD BE JOY,
EVEN IF GUESTS A BURDEN!

Pelican came from Dalniy countries

To open the mouth - see here.

To take (to take myself in hand - to restrain myself, to calm down.

In ojodu to do something with pleasure.

Not mind - I agree, ready to do anything.

To keep his word to fulfill the promise.

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