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Values of idioms:

1. AN OLD BIRD
2. TO OWN A

Brave eagle owl

Hiking
Gathered the forest people.
Who swung the basket,
Who the backpack held behind his back.

On the trail, descending,
Says the Mole motto:
"Don't look the other under his legs
A watch on the road.

Hot was the day:
Who was lying in the shadow,
Who on the grass sunbathing,
Who wolnosci collected.

Says The Frog Hedgehog:
Day at night it is not similar.
The evening still shorter
And in addition closer to the night.

Admire the sunset.
The day passed time ago.
Our house, the tower-chamber,
Someone has locked.

It is hard to believe!
What a beast crept into the house?
Maybe it's the House
't let us go home?

- The thief, said with hope Filin, -
Maybe not all-powerful.
We run away!
Don't sit here all night.

- I'm on the roof fly,
To make him want!
Owl - an old bird!
He is the villain not afraid:

"Though my eyes don't believe.
What's that animal?
I have no doubt -
This is our Goat neighbor.

It turned out that the "villain"
Did not recognize his friends.
And tourists from fright
Not learned, too, friend,

- Your house, brothers, guard! -
It became clear then a Hedgehog,
Why Goat people
Will not let me into the garden.

The mole said:
For many years I Studied etiquette.
DON'T CRY FROM FEAR, "OH!"
LEARN TO CONTROL YOURSELF!


Brave eagle

Old bird - about whom it is difficult to deceive, to hold.

Not believe my eyes - extremely surprised by something unexpected. Cm. also there.

To control himself to keep calm, self-control.

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