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Chapter 2,

IN WHICH POOH GOES VISITING AND GETS INTO A TIGHT PLACE

Глава 2,

В которой Пух идет в гости и попадает в узкое трудное16 (Здесь обыгрывается двойное значение слова tight — узкий тесный и трудный Например: to be in a tight place — оказаться в трудном положении Поэтому можно сказать и оказывается в трудном положении Однако Б Заходер с его«безвыходным положением оказался на высоте место

EDWARD BEAR, known to his friends as Winnie-the-Pooh, or Pooh for short (Михаил Плюшевый известный своим друзьям как Винни-Пух или сокращенно Пух), was walking through the forest one day, humming proudly to himself (шел однажды через лес гордо мурлыкая напевая себе). He had made up a little hum that very morning (он сочинил хмыкалку17 (В принципе можно назвать этот жанр творчества Винни и«шумелкой или«мурлыкалкой») в то самое утро), as he was doing his Stoutness Exercises in front of the glass (когда он делал свои Упражнения от Тучности перед зеркалом; stout — крепкий плотный дородный полный тучный): Tra-la-la, tra-la-la, as he stretched up as high as he could go (тра-ля-ля тра-ля-ля когда он тянулся вверх высоко как/только/он мог), and then Tra-la-la, tra-la—oh, help!—la, as he tried to reach his toes (тра-ля-ля тра-ля о помогите ля когда он старался дотянуться до своих носков). After breakfast he had said it over and over to himself (после завтрака он повторял ее себе снова и снова) until he had learnt it off by heart (пока он/не выучил ее наизусть; to learn off — выучить наизусть; by heart — наизусть), and now he was humming it right through, properly (и теперь он напевал ее правильно всю как положено). It went like this (она звучала так):

glass [glɑ:s], reach [ri:ʧ], heart [hɑ:t]

EDWARD BEAR, known to his friends as Winnie-the-Pooh, or Pooh for short, was walking through the forest one day, humming proudly to himself. He had made up a little hum that very morning, as he was doing his Stoutness Exercises in front of the glass: Tra-la-la, tra-la-la, as he stretched up as high as he could go, and then Tra-la-la, tra-la—oh, help!—la, as he tried to reach his toes. After breakfast he had said it over and over to himself until he had learnt it off by heart, and now he was humming it right through, properly. It went like this:

Tra-la-la, tra-la-la,

Tra-la-la, tra-la-la,

Rum-tum-tiddle-um-tum.

Tiddle-iddle, tiddle-iddle,

Tiddle-iddle, tiddle-iddle,

Rum-tum-tum-tiddle-um18.

Well, he was humming this hum to himself (ну он напевал эту хмыкалку себе), and walking along gaily, wondering what everybody else was doing (и весело шел спрашивая себя что делают все остальные), and what it felt like, being somebody else (и как это/ощущалось быть кем-то еще), when suddenly he came to a sandy bank (когда вдруг он подошел к песчаной насыпи), and in the bank was a large hole (а в насыпи была большая нора).

“Aha!” said Pooh (ага сказал Пух). (Rum-tum-tiddle-um-tum.) “If I know anything about anything, that hole means Rabbit,” he said (если я знаю что-нибудь о чем-нибудь эта нора означает Кролика сказал он), “and Rabbit means Company,” he said (а Кролик означает Компанию сказал он), “and Company means Food and Listening-to-Me-Humming and such like (а Компания означает Еду и Выслушивание-Моих-Хмыкалок и тому подобное). Rum-tum-tum-tiddle-um (рам-там-там-тидл-ам).

know [knəu], mean [mi:n], such [sʌʧ]

Well, he was humming this hum to himself, and walking along gaily, wondering what everybody else was doing, and what it felt like, being somebody else, when suddenly he came to a sandy bank, and in the bank was a large hole.

“Aha!” said Pooh. (Rum-tum-tiddle-um-tum.) “If I know anything about anything, that hole means Rabbit,” he said, “and Rabbit means Company,” he said, “and Company means Food and Listening-to-Me-Humming and such like. Rum-tum-tum-tiddle-um.

So he bent down, put his head into the hole, and called out (поэтому он наклонился засунул/свою голову в нору и закричал; to bend):

“Is anybody at home (есть кто-нибудь дома)?”

There was a sudden scuffling noise from inside the hole, and then silence (раздался неожиданный шаркающий шум изнутри норы а потом тишина; to scuffle).

“What I said was (то что я сказал было = я сказал), 'Is anybody at home (есть кто-нибудь дома)?'” called out Pooh very loudly (выкрикнул Пух очень громко).

“No!” said a voice; and then added (нет сказал голос а потом добавил), “You needn't shout so loud (/тебе не нужно кричать так громко; needn’t — не нужно отсутствие необходимости). I heard you quite well the first time (я слышал тебя вполне хорошо/и в первый раз).”

“Bother (беспокойство = елы-палы; bother — выражения раздражения ах-ты тьфу-ты эх)!” said Pooh (сказал Пух). “Isn't there anybody here at all (здесь нет совсем никого)?”

“Nobody (никого).”

head [hed], heard [hə:d], here [hɪə]

So he bent down, put his head into the hole, and called out:

“Is anybody at home?”

There was a sudden scuffling noise from inside the hole, and then silence.

“What I said was, 'Is anybody at home?'” called out Pooh very loudly.

“No!” said a voice; and then added, “You needn't shout so loud. I heard you quite well the first time.”

“Bother!” said Pooh. “Isn't there anybody here at all?”

“Nobody.”

Winnie-the-Pooh took his head out of the hole (Винни-Пух высунул/свою голову из норы), and thought for a little, and he thought to himself (и подумал немного и он подумал про себя), “There must be somebody there (там должен кто-то быть), because somebody must have said ‘Nobody (потому что кто-то должен был сказать никого). '” So he put his head back in the hole, and said (поэтому он засунул/свою голову снова в нору и сказал): “Hallo, Rabbit, isn't that you (эй Кролик это разве не ты)?”

“No,” said Rabbit, in a different sort of voice this time (нет сказал Кролик на этот раз другим голосом«другим сортом голоса»).

“But isn't that Rabbit's voice (но разве это не голос Кролика)?”

“I don't think so,” said Rabbit (/я не думаю/так сказал Кролик). “It isn't meant to be (он не предполагается = не должен быть/похож/; to mean — предназначать подразумевать).”

“Oh!” said Pooh (о сказал Пух).

somebody ['sʌmbədɪ], nobody ['nəubədɪ], meant [ment]

Winnie-the-Pooh took his head out of the hole, and thought for a little, and he thought to himself, “There must be somebody there, because somebody must have said 'Nobody. '” So he put his head back in the hole, and said: “Hallo, Rabbit, isn't that you?”

“No,” said Rabbit, in a different sort of voice this time.

“But isn't that Rabbit's voice?”

“I don't think so,” said Rabbit. “It isn't meant to be.”

“Oh!” said Pooh.

He took his head out of the hole (он высунул/свою голову из норы), and had another think (и еще подумал), and then he put it back, and said (а потом он засунул ее назад и сказал):

“Well, could you very kindly tell me where Rabbit is (ну/тогда не могли бы вы очень любезно = не были бы вы так любезны чтобы сказать мне где Кролик)?”

“He has gone to see his friend Pooh Bear (он ушел увидеть = в гости к своему другу Медведю Пуху), who is a great friend of his (его большому другу«который является его большим другом»).”

“But this is Me!” said Bear, very much surprised (но это/же Я сказал Медведь очень удивленный).

“What sort of Me (какого сорта Я = какой-такой Я)?”

“Pooh Bear (Медведь Пух).”

“Are you sure?” said Rabbit, still more surprised (ты уверен сказал = спросил Кролик еще больше удивленный).

“Quite, quite sure,” said Pooh (совершенно совершенно уверен сказал Пух).

“Oh, well, then, come in (о ну тогда входи).”

very ['verɪ], sure [ʃuə], surprised [sə'praɪzd]

He took his head out of the hole, and had another think, and then he put it back, and said:

“Well, could you very kindly tell me where Rabbit is?”

“He has gone to see his friend Pooh Bear, who is a great friend of his.”

“But this is Me!” said Bear, very much surprised.

“What sort of Me?”

“Pooh Bear.”

“Are you sure?” said Rabbit, still more surprised.

“Quite, quite sure,” said Pooh.

“Oh, well, then, come in.”

So Pooh pushed and pushed and pushed his way through the hole (и Пух протискивался и протискивался и протискивался через нору = стал протискиваться и протискиваться и протискиваться в нору; to push one’s way — протискиваться проталкиваться), and at last he got in (и наконец он попал вовнутрь).

“You were quite right (ты был совершенно прав),” said Rabbit, looking at him all over (сказал Кролик оглядывая его целиком = с головы до ног). “It is you. Glad to see you (это ты рад видеть тебя).”

“Who did you think it was (/а ты думал кто это/был/)?”

“Well, I wasn't sure (ну я не был уверен = я не знал точно). You know how it is in the Forest (/ты знаешь как/это бывает в Лесу). One can't have anybody coming into one's house (нельзя пускать кого попало«иметь = разрешать кому попало входить в свой дом). One has to be careful (приходится быть осторожным). What about a mouthful of something (как насчет кусочка чего-нибудь = перекусить)?”

push [puʃ], through [θru:], right [raɪt]

So Pooh pushed and pushed and pushed his way through the hole, and at last he got in.

“You were quite right,” said Rabbit, looking at him all over. “It is you. Glad to see you.”

“Who did you think it was?”

“Well, I wasn't sure. You know how it is in the Forest. One can't have anybody coming into one's house. One has to be careful. What about a mouthful of something?”

Pooh always liked a little something at eleven o'clock in the morning (Пух всегда любил немного чего-нибудь = перекусить в одиннадцать часов утра), and he was very glad to see Rabbit getting out the plates and mugs (и он был очень рад видеть/как Кролик вытаскивает тарелки и кружки); and when Rabbit said (и когда Кролик спросил19), “Honey or condensed milk with your bread (меду или сгущенного молока с/твоим хлебом)?” he was so excited that he said (он был так взволнован что/он сказал), “Both,” and then (оба = и того и другого, а потом), so as not to seem greedy, he added (чтобы не показаться жадным он добавил), “But don't bother about the bread, please (но не беспокойся о хлебе пожалуйста).” And for a long time after that he said nothing (и долгое время после этого он/не говорил ничего)... until at last, humming to himself in a rather sticky voice (пока наконец напевая себе довольно слащавым голоском), he got up, shook Rabbit lovingly by the paw (он/не встал пожал нежно лапку Кролику), and said that he must be going on (и сказал что он должен идти дальше).

eleven [ɪ'levn], o'clock [ə'klɔk], bread [bred]

Pooh always liked a little something at eleven o'clock in the morning, and he was very glad to see Rabbit getting out the plates and mugs; and when Rabbit said, “Honey or condensed milk with your bread?” he was so excited that he said, “Both,” and then, so as not to seem greedy, he added, “But don't bother about the bread, please.” And for a long time after that he said nothing... until at last, humming to himself in a rather sticky voice, he got up, shook Rabbit lovingly by the paw, and said that he must be going on.

“Must you?” said Rabbit politely (тебе нужно = да? — сказал Кролик вежливо).

“Well,” said Pooh (ну сказал Пух), “I could stay a little longer if it—if you— (я мог бы остаться = побыть еще немного если бы это если бы ты)“ and he tried very hard to look in the direction of the larder (и он постарался энергично настойчиво посмотреть в направлении кладовой).

“As a matter of fact,” said Rabbit (собственно говоря сказал Кролик), “I was going out myself directly (я сам собирался уходить сейчас).”

“Oh well, then, I'll be going on (о ну тогда я пойду/дальше/). Good-bye (до свидания).”

“Well, good-bye, if you're sure you won't have any more (ну до свидания если ты уверен/что/ты больше ничего не будешь).”

“Is there any more (/а есть/что-нибудь еще)?” asked Pooh quickly (быстро спросил Пух).

politely [pə'laɪtlɪ], directly [dɪ'rektlɪ], quickly ['kwɪklɪ]

“Must you?” said Rabbit politely

“Well,” said Pooh, “I could stay a little longer if it—if you—“ and he tried very hard to look in the direction of the larder.

“As a matter of fact,” said Rabbit, “I was going out myself directly.”

“Oh well, then, I'll be going on. Good-bye.”

“Well, good-bye, if you're sure you won't have any more.”

“Is there any more?” asked Pooh quickly.

Rabbit took the covers off the dishes (Кролик снял крышки с блюд), and said, “No, there wasn't (и сказал нет нету«там не было»).”

“I thought not,” said Pooh, nodding to himself (я/и думал/что нету сказал Пух кивая себе) “Well, good-bye (ну до свидания). I must be going on (мне нужно идти).”

So he started to climb out of the hole (и он начал выкарабкиваться из норы). He pulled with his front paws (он тянулся/с своими передними лапками), and pushed with his back paws (и толкался/с своими задними лапками), and in a little while his nose was out in the open again (и вскоре его нос был снова на открытом воздухе)... and then his ears (а потом его уши)... and then his front paws (а потом его передние лапки)... and then his shoulders... and then— (а потом его плечи а потом)

cover ['kʌvə], climb [klaɪm], shoulder ['ʃəuldə]

Rabbit took the covers off the dishes, and said, “No, there wasn't.”

“I thought not,” said Pooh, nodding to himself “Well, good-bye. I must be going on.”

So he started to climb out of the hole. He pulled with his front paws, and pushed with his back paws, and in a little while his nose was out in the open again... and then his ears... and then his front paws... and then his shoulders... and then—

“Oh, help!” said Pooh (ах помогите сказал Пух). “I'd better go back (мне лучше вернуться; to go back — вернуться).”

“Oh, bother!” said Pooh (ах ты ж сказал Пух). “I shall have to go on (/мне придется продолжать путь = лезть дальше /вперед/).”

“I can't do either!” said Pooh (я не могу сделать/этого тоже). “Oh, help and bother (о помогите и о-ёй-ёй)!”

Now, by this time Rabbit wanted to go for a walk too (когда к этому времени Кролик захотел тоже пойти на прогулку), and finding the front door full, he went out by the back door (и обнаружив входную дверь заполненной = закупоренной, он вышел через черный вход; front door — входная дверь парадный вход; back door — черный ход запасный выход), and came round to Pooh, and looked at him (и обошел к Пуху = и обойдя кругом подошел к Пуху и посмотрел на него).

bother ['bɔðə], either ['aɪðə], find [faɪnd]

“Oh, help!” said Pooh. “I'd better go back.”

“Oh, bother!” said Pooh. “I shall have to go on.”

“I can't do either!” said Pooh. “Oh, help and bother!”

Now, by this time Rabbit wanted to go for a walk too, and finding the front door full, he went out by the back door, and came round to Pooh, and looked at him.

“Hallo, are you stuck?” he asked (эй ты застрял спросил он).

“N-no,” said Pooh carelessly (н-нет сказал Пух беспечно; care — забота беспокойство). “Just resting and thinking and humming to myself (просто отдыхаю и думаю и напеваю себе).”

“Here, give us a paw (эй послушай дай нам лапку).”

Pooh Bear stretched out a paw (Медведь Пух протянул лапку), and Rabbit pulled and pulled and pulled (а Кролик потянул и тянул и тянул)...

Ow!” cried Pooh (ай закричал Пух). “You're hurting (ты делаешь/мне больно)!”

“The fact is,” said Rabbit, “you're stuck (дело в том сказал Кролик/что ты застрял).”

ask [ɑ:sk], carelessly ['kɛəlɪslɪ], hurt [hə:t]

“Hallo, are you stuck?” he asked.

“N-no,” said Pooh carelessly. “Just resting and thinking and humming to myself.”

“Here, give us a paw.”

Pooh Bear stretched out a paw, and Rabbit pulled and pulled and pulled...

Ow!” cried Pooh. “You're hurting!”

“The fact is,” said Rabbit, “you're stuck.”

“It all comes,” said Pooh crossly (это все происходит сказал сердито Пух), “of not having front doors big enough (из-за того что/у некоторых входные двери недостаточно большие«из-за имения входных дверей недостаточно большими»).”

“It all comes,” said Rabbit sternly (это все происходит сказал Кролик строго), “of eating too much (из-за того что/некоторые едят слишком много). I thought at the time,” said Rabbit (я подумал/об этом в то время = тогда, — сказал Кролик), “only I didn't like to say anything,” said Rabbit (только я не хотел ничего говорить), “that one of us has eating too much,” said Rabbit (что один из нас ест слишком много сказал Кролик), “and I knew it wasn't me,” he said (и я знал/что это был не я). “Well, well, I shall go and fetch Christopher Robin (так-так что ж я пойду и приведу Кристофера Робина).”

enough [ɪ'nʌf], front [frʌnt], eat [i:t]

“It all comes,” said Pooh crossly, “of not having front doors big enough.”

“It all comes,” said Rabbit sternly, “of eating too much. I thought at the time,” said Rabbit, “only I didn't like to say anything,” said Rabbit, “that one of us has eating too much,” said Rabbit, “and I knew it wasn't me,” he said. “Well, well, I shall go and fetch Christopher Robin.”

Christopher Robin lived at the other end of the Forest (Кристофер Робин жил на другом конце Леса), and when he came back with Rabbit, and saw the front half of Pooh (и когда он вернулся с Кроликом и увидел переднюю половинку Пуху), he said, “Silly old Bear,” in such a loving voice (он сказал глупый старый Мишка/в таким любящим голосом) that everybody felt quite hopeful again (что все снова почувствовали большую надежду«почувствовали себя весьма полными надежды»; to feel — чувствовать(себя)).

“I was just beginning to think (я как раз подумал«начинал думать»),” said Bear, sniffing slightly (сказал Медведь слегка шмыгая), “that Rabbit might never be able to use his front door again (что Кролик возможно никогда/не сможет больше пользоваться своим парадным входом). And I should hate that,” he said (и мне бы это очень не понравилось«я бы ненавидел это сказал он).

“So should I,” said Rabbit (мне тоже сказал Кролик).

forest ['fɔrɪst], half [hɑ:f], might [maɪt]

Christopher Robin lived at the other end of the Forest, and when he came back with Rabbit, and saw the front half of Pooh, he said, “Silly old Bear,” in such a loving voice that everybody felt quite hopeful again.

“I was just beginning to think,” said Bear, sniffing slightly, “that Rabbit might never be able to use his front door again. And I should hate that,” he said.

“So should I,” said Rabbit.

“Use his front door again (/не пользоваться больше своим парадным входом)?” said Christopher Robin (сказал Кристофер Робин). “Of course he'll use his front door again (конечно он будет пользоваться своим парадным входом опять). “Good,” said Rabbit (хорошо сказал Кролик).

“If we can't pull you out (если мы не сможем вытащить тебя), Pooh, we might push you back (Пух мы возможно пропихнем тебя назад).”

Rabbit scratched his whiskers thoughtfully, and pointed out that (Кролик поскреб задумчиво свои усы и обратил внимание на то что), when once Pooh was pushed back (когда Пуха впихнут назад), he was back, and of course nobody was more glad to see Pooh than he was (он будет снова/там внутри и конечно никто не будет более рад видеть Пуха чем он), still there it was, some lived in trees and some lived underground, and— (однако так уж повелось/что некоторые живут в на деревьях а некоторые живут под землей и)

again [ə'gen], use [ju:z], underground ['ʌndəgraund]

“Use his front door again?” said Christopher Robin. “Of course he'll use his front door again. “Good,” said Rabbit.

“If we can't pull you out, Pooh, we might push you back.”

Rabbit scratched his whiskers thoughtfully, and pointed out that, when once Pooh was pushed back, he was back, and of course nobody was more glad to see Pooh than he was, still there it was, some lived in trees and some lived underground, and—

“You mean I'd never get out?” said Pooh (ты имеешь в виду я никогда не выберусь спросил Пух).

“I mean,” said Rabbit (я имею в виду сказал Кролик), “that having got so far, it seems a pity to waste it (что выбравшись так далеко кажется/это жалко терять это напрасно = не воспользоваться таким результатом).”

Christopher Robin nodded (Кристофер Робин кивнул).

“Then there's only one thing to be done,” he said (тогда есть лишь одна вещь/чтобы сделать = тогда остается сделать лишь одно; to do — делать). “We shall have to wait for you to get thin again (нам придется подождать когда ты снова похудеешь; to get thin — стать худым похудеть).”

“How long does getting thin take?” asked Pooh anxiously (/и сколько времени«как долго займет похудение).

“About a week, I should think (около недели я думаю).”

“But I can't stay here for a week (но я не могу оставаться здесь неделю)!”

pity ['pɪtɪ], waste [weɪst], done [dʌn]

“You mean I'd never get out?” said Pooh.

“I mean,” said Rabbit, “that having got so far, it seems a pity to waste it.”

Christopher Robin nodded.

“Then there's only one thing to be done,” he said. “We shall have to wait for you to get thin again.”

“How long does getting thin take?” asked Pooh anxiously.

“About a week, I should think.”

“But I can't stay here for a week!

“You can stay here all right, silly old Bear (ты можешь оставаться здесь вполне нормально = как раз остаться здесь просто, глупый старый Мишка). It's getting you out which is so difficult (это выбраться наружу/которое так трудно).”

“We'll read to you,” said Rabbit cheerfully (мы будем читать тебе сказал Кролик бодро). “And I hope it won't snow,” he added (и/я надеюсь не пойдет снег). “And I say, old fellow, you're taking up a good deal of room in my house (и послушай старый приятель = старина, ты занимаешь порядочно пространства в моем доме; a good deal — значительное количество много) —do you mind if I use your back legs as a towel-horse (ты не будешь возражать если я воспользуюсь твоими задними лапами в качестве вешалки для полотенец)? Because, I mean, there they are—doing nothing— (потому что я имею в виду/что/раз уж они там и ничего не делают) and it would be very convenient just to hang the towels on them (и/это было бы очень удобно вешать полотенца как раз на них).”

“A week!” said Pooh gloomily (неделю сказал Пух мрачно). “What about meals (/а как насчет покушать)?”

“I'm afraid no meals,” said Christopher Robin (боюсь никаких покушать сказал Кристофер Робин), “because of getting thin quicker (из-за похудения побыстрее = если хочешь поскорее похудеть). But we will read to you (но мы будем читать тебе).”

read [ri:d], convenient [kən'vi:njənt], gloomily ['glu:mɪlɪ]

“You can stay here all right, silly old Bear. It's getting you out which is so difficult.”

“We'll read to you,” said Rabbit cheerfully. “And I hope it won't snow,” he added. “And I say, old fellow, you're taking up a good deal of room in my house—do you mind if I use your back legs as a towel-horse? Because, I mean, there they are—doing nothing—and it would be very convenient just to hang the towels on them.”

“A week!” said Pooh gloomily. “What about meals?”

“I'm afraid no meals,” said Christopher Robin, “because of getting thin quicker. But we will read to you.”

Bear began to sigh, and then found he couldn't (Медведь начал вздыхать и тогда обнаружил что/он не может) because he was so tightly stuck (потому что он так плотно застрял; to stick — втыкать совать завязнуть застрять); and a tear rolled down his eye, as he said (и слеза покатилась из его глаза когда он сказал):

“Then would you read a Sustaining Book (тогда/не почитаете ли вы мне какую-нибудь Подкрепляющую Книгу; to sustain — поддерживать/морально и материально придавать силы), such as would help and comfort a Wedged Bear in Great Tightness (такую которая бы помогла и утешила Заклиненного Медведя в Великой Стесненности; wedge — клин; to wedge — втискивать загонять)?”

So for a week Christopher Robin read that sort of book at the North end of Pooh (и так неделю Кристофер Робин читал такую книгу у Северного конца Пуха), and Rabbit hung his washing on the South end (а Кролик вешал свое белье на Южный конец)... and in between Bear felt himself getting slenderer and slenderer (а тем временем Медведь чувствовал себя становящимся худее и худее = как он становится все стройнее и стройнее). And at the end of the week Christopher Robin said, “Now (а в конце недели Кристофер Робин сказал сейчас = пора)!”

found [faund], tear [tɪə], South [sauθ]

Bear began to sigh, and then found he couldn't because he was so tightly stuck; and a tear rolled down his eye, as he said:

“Then would you read a Sustaining Book, such as would help and comfort a Wedged Bear in Great Tightness?”

So for a week Christopher Robin read that sort of book at the North end of Pooh, and Rabbit hung his washing on the South end... and in between Bear felt himself getting slenderer and slenderer. And at the end of the week Christopher Robin said, “Now!”

So he took hold of Pooh's front paws (итак он ухватился за передние лапки Пуха) and Rabbit took hold of Christopher Robin (а Кролик ухватился за Кристофера Робина), and all Rabbit's friends and relations took hold of Rabbit (а все друзья и родственники Кролика ухватились за Кролика), and they all pulled together (и они потянули все вместе)...

And for a long time Pooh only said “Ow!” (и долго Пух говорил только ай!)...

And “Oh!” (и ой!)...

And then, all of a sudden, he said “Pop!” just as if a cork were coming out of bottle (а потом вдруг он сказал хлоп точно так как будто выскочила пробка из бутылки).

hold [həuld], together [tə'geðə], cork [kɔ:k]

So he took hold of Pooh's front paws and Rabbit took hold of Christopher Robin, and all Rabbit's friends and relations took hold of Rabbit, and they all pulled together...

And for a long time Pooh only said “Ow!”...

And “Oh!”...

And then, all of a sudden, he said “Pop!” just as if a cork were coming out of bottle.

And Christopher Robin and Rabbit and all Rabbit's friends and relations went head-over-heels backwards (и Кристофер Робин и Кролик и все друзья и родственники Кролика полетели вверх тормашками назад)... and on the top of them came Winnie-the-Pooh—free (а на верхушку их = сверху на них пришел = оказался Винни-Пух свободный)!

So, with a nod of thanks to his friends (и с кивком/в знак благодарности своим друзьям), he went on with his walk through the forest, humming proudly to himself (он продолжил свою прогулку по лесу гордо напевая себе; to go on with — продолжать). But, Christopher Robin looked after him lovingly, and said to himself, “Silly old Bear! (А Кристофер Робин посмотрел ему вслед с любовью и сказал себе про себя глупый старый Мишка)

backwards ['bækwədz], look [luk], after ['ɑ:ftə]

And Christopher Robin and Rabbit and all Rabbit's friends and relations went head-over-heels backwards... and on the top of them came Winnie-the-Pooh—free!

So, with a nod of thanks to his friends, he went on with his walk through the forest, humming proudly to himself. But, Christopher Robin looked after him lovingly, and said to himself, “Silly old Bear!”


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