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It was morning. Breakfast (to be eaten), morning exercises (to be done) already and the old donkey Eeyore (to stand) by himself in the forest and (to look) into the lake. He (to enjoy) (to think) about different things. When Winnie-the-Pooh (to come) up to him? Eeyore (to think) about somethings sad and the bear (to ask) him:"Why you (to be) so gloomy?" Then he noticed that the donkey (not to have) any tail. After Winnie (to walk) all round his friend he (to say) in surprise: "What (to happen) to your tail? It (not to be) there.""(Not to say) so, - Eeyore (to replay). He (to turn) slowly round and then the other way, - I (to belive),you (to be) right.""Maybe you (to leave) it somewhere?" - Winnie (to suppose)."I think somebody (to take) it," - (to answer) the donkey.Pooh (to feel) that he (to have to) (to say) something helpful, but he (not to know) what."Allow me (to help) you! Let me (to find) it for you," - Winnie tried (to make) the donkey (to belive) that he (to ba able to) (to do) it.Eeyore (to thank) the bear and (to add): "You (to be) a real friend." And Winnie-the-Pooh (to go off). While he (to walk) through the forest, an excellent idea (to come) to his mind: "If anoyone (to know) everything, it (to be) Owl. If Owl (to help) me, I (to save) my friend."Everybody (to know) the end of this funny episode from the book which (to be written) bu a famouse English writer A. Milne. Some time later the three friends (to laugh and dance) together.You (to read) this book?

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2014-04-10T13:24:56+00:00
It was morning. Breakfast had been eaten, morning exercises had been done already and the old donkey Eeyore was standing by himself in the forest and (was) looking into the lake. He enjoyed thinking about different things. When will Winnie-the-Pooh come up to him? Eeyore was thinking about somethings sad and the bear asked him: "Why are you so gloomy?" Then he noticed that the donkey did not have any tail. After Winnie walked all round his friend he said in surprise: "What has happened to your tail? It is not there."Do not say so, - Eeyore replied. He turned slowly round and then the other way, - I believe, you are right. "Maybe you have left it somewhere?" - Winnie supposed. "I think somebody has taken it," - answered the donkey. Pooh felt that he had to say something helpful, but he did not know what. "Allow me to help you! Let me find it for you," - Winnie tried to make the donkey believe that he was able to do it. Eeyore thanked the bear and added: "You are a real friend. "And Winnie-the-Pooh went off. While he was walking through the forest, an excellent idea came to his mind: "If anyone knows everything, it is Owl. If Owl helps me, I will save my friend." Everybody knows the end of this funny episode from the book which was written by a famous English writer A. Milne. Some time later the three friends laughed and danced together. Have you read this book?