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-Hello, how are you?

-Well, here you are.

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-Welcome to the house.

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-I'm so happy to see you.

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-I need help

-to find the letter of the day.

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-Can you help me find

-the letter of the day?

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-I could use my letters machines.

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-Here, inside the magic machine...

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-..all our letters are hiding.

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-They'll come out, sooner or later,

-when I press the round button.

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-Do you know

-which letter is coming out?

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-Here it is.

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-A.

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-A for

-awyren

-(aeroplane).

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-Yeeeaaawwww!

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-Yeeeaaawwww!

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-A for

-anghenfil

-(monster).

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-Rargh!

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-Rargh!

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-Rargh!

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-Yes, A for

-afal

-(apple).

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-Mm. I love apples.

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-A for

-amser bwyd

-(dinner time).

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-A for

-afal

-(apple).

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-Anwyd

-(a cold).

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-Anwyd?

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-Anwyd annifyr

-(a horrible cold).

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-A-a-a-a...

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-..tchoo!

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-Ha-ha!

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-Ah! The apple tree.

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-How many apples are on the tree?

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-Will you help me count the apples?

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-One, two...

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-..three, four, five.

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-Mm, five apples for me.

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-I can't reach the apples.

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-They're too high up.

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-They're almost as high as the sky.

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-It's

-anodd

-(difficult).

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-I need help.

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-Who can help me?

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-Do you know someone tall

-who could help me?

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-A tall animal who can reach

-the top of the apple tree.

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-Jangl.

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-Who?

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-Who?

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-Jangl the giraffe.

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-Syniad ardderchog

-(great idea).

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-Jangl.

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-Jangl has a long neck.

-She can reach the top of the tree.

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-I'll go and look for her.

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-Arhoswch

-(wait here).

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-Apple.

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-A.

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-Aderyn

-(bird).

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-# A, a, a

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-# A giant bird in the sky

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-# A giant bird

-flying high in the sky

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-# A giant bird in the sky

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-# A bird in the sky

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-# A, a, a

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-# A bird

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-# A, a, a

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-# A bird

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-# A, a, a

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-# A giant bird

-flying high in the sky

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-# A, a, a, a

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-# A, a, a, a #

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-Jangl?

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-I can't see her anywhere.

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-Oh, dear.

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-Look who's here.

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-Bolgi.

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-Woof-woof.

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-Let's ask him if he's seen Jangl.

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-Hello, Bolgi.

-Have you seen Jangl anywhere?

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-No?

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-You've been sitting here

-dreaming of a cake full of sausages.

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-And chocolate.

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-Yuck.

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-That sounds

-afiach

-(disgusting).

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-Why am I looking for Jangl?

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-I want an apple from the tree.

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-They're too high up.

-They're almost as high as the sky.

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-You're right.

-Jangl has a long neck.

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-She can reach the apples.

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-Where is Jangl?

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-Good idea. I'll go upstairs.

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-Thanks, Bolgi.

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-A for

-anrheg

-(gift).

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-A, a, a, a.

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-# A, a, a, a #

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-Ah?

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-A-hah!

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-Ah!

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-Ah!

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-Ah.

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-Arogli

-(to smell).

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-Jangl?

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-Jangl?

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-There's no sign of Jangl here.

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-Look who's here. Plwmp and Deryn.

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-Do they know where she is?

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-Hello, Plwmp. Hello, Deryn.

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-Plwmp, have you seen Jangl?

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-Have you?

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-No.

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-What a pity.

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-Why am I looking for Jangl?

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-Well, I want an apple from the tree.

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-They're too high up.

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-They're almost as high as the sky.

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-What a good idea.

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-You can use your

-adenydd

-(wings)

-to fly to the top of the tree...

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-..collect the apples

-and I can catch them at the bottom.

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-Come on. Are you coming?

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-# A, a, a

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-# A giant bird in the sky

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-# A giant bird

-flying high in the sky

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-# A giant bird in the sky

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-# A bird in the sky

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-# A, a, a

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-# A bird

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-# A, a, a

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-# A bird

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-# A, a, a

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-# A giant bird

-flying high in the sky

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-# A, a, a, a

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-# A, a, a, a #

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-Ah!

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-Ah!

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-Agor

-(open) your mouth.

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-Say ah!

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-Ah.

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-That's better.

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-Ah. It's better.

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-Here's the apple tree.

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-You can use your

-adenydd

-(wings)

-to fly to the top of the tree.

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-No, no. Wait a moment.

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-Why don't we count the apples again?

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-We had fun counting them earlier.

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-The apples have disappeared.

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-What?

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-What?

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-The apples have disappeared.

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-Deryn, someone's stolen the apples.

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-Oh, dear. Where are they?

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-You're right. An

-anghenfil afalau

-(apple monster) has eaten them.

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-Or the

-aderyn anferth

-(giant bird).

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-Ah, well.

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-Come on, Deryn.

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-Awyren

-(aeroplane).

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-What's that noise?

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-What's that noise?

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-Cyw.

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-You're right. Cyw's calling.

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-Cyw? Where are you?

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-In the kitchen? Come on, Deryn.

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-Here's Cyw and here's Jangl.

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-I've been looking for you

-everywhere.

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-Why? I wanted you to reach up

-and fetch the apples for me.

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-They were too high up for me.

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-But now,

-the apples have disappeared.

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-Deryn thinks the apple monster

-or the giant bird has stolen them.

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-LAUGHTER

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-Why are you laughing?

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-What? You took the apples?

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-You've eaten the apples?

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-Look behind me?

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-An apple cake.

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-Jangl fetched the apples.

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-Jangl and Cyw have made

-an apple cake for me.

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-Thank you very much.

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-This apple cake looks lovely.

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-Until next time, thanks for helping.

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-Bye.

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Ymunwch yn yr hwyl wrth i Gareth, Cyw, Bolgi, Llew, Jangyl, Plwmp a Deryn geisio datrys dirgelwch y goeden afalau ym mhennod heddiw o abc. Fun for young children with the letter 'A'.


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