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Values of idioms:

1. IN ORDER
2. DO NOT PLACE
3. TO GIVE THE WORD

Offended raccoon

Crying plaintively Raccoon:
- Oh-Oh-Oh, my stomach!
- Have patience, my friend, don't cry! -
Says the patient by the doctor.

The doctor Raccoon puzzled,
Everything he has appointed:
And massage, and vitamins,
And pills for angina.

- All me friends, in order!
And the Raccoon jumped up from the cot. -
Doctor I don't need.
I invite you all for dinner!

Well spends time
At the table of the forest tribe.
As usual, the guests
A lot of news.

The hedgehog said:
"It's time we
To go home.
But sitting animal people
In anticipation of the new dishes.

Smiling Raccoon
And licks his mouth:
- 's birthday cake!
That I baked.

Cried The Goat:
- Let!
You sugar took salt.
Why spoil the dough.
On the table it is not the place!

Was cook and ashamed,
And shame, and hurt.
And salty tears
Came to my eyes.

- Nothing hurt Raccoon, -
Hurried to notice someone. -
We will give the Raccoon a word,
What we can celebrate again.

- Bake pie with mustard.
I wanted to say with cinnamon!
And, perhaps, with dried apricots
Bake another pie.

The mole said:
Many years
I studied etiquette.
DO NOT SKIMP ON SMILE -
EVERYONE MAKES MISTAKES!

- 's birthday cake! This I made!

In the order - in good, safe condition.

No place is not supposed to be anywhere.

To give the word to promise anyone anything.

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