Come on, then.
Home, I should think.
I think I've got something for us.
Tigger is in a cage?
He doesn't really belong here
and there's no one quite like him...
...so he gets confused and a bit scary.
A cage is a bit harsh, though.
Fantastic cage though, eh?
Billy made it.
Blue is teaching me woodwork.
He's the best at it.
He should do woodwork instead of books.
There it is. Up there! That's where Owl lives.
How you gonna get it up there?
I don't know. Simple.
Blow these up.
When we have enough, we'll float you up to the branch.
in the place of sb / sth
We just had soup instead of a full meal.
Now I can walk to work instead of going by car.
unable to think clearly or to understand what is happening or what sb is saying
People are confused about all the different labels on food these days.
He was depressed and in a confused state of mind.
I'm confused—say all that again.
cruel, severe and unkind
The punishment was harsh and unfair.
The minister received some harsh criticism.
the harsh treatment of slaves