Do You Speak George Arthur


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# Every day you walk down the street Everybody that you meet

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# Has an original point of view

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-# And I say, hey!

-Hey!

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# What a wonderful kind of day We can learn to work and play

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# And get along with each other

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# You gotta listen to your heart Listen to the beat

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# Listen to the rhythm of the street Open your eyes! Open your ears!

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# Get together, make things better By working together

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# It's a simple message And it comes from the heart

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# Believe in yourself For that's the place to start

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-# And I say, hey!

-Hey!

-What a wonderful kind of day

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# We can learn to work and play And get along with each other

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# What a wonderful kind of day Hey!

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# What a wonderful kind of day Hey!

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Hey, DW!

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-Hey!

-Woooah!

-CRASH

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Buster, where'd you go?

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Huh?

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Here, I am!

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Is that my foot?

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Wow, I'm really flexible.

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Pull me up!

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Thanks. Is everybody here?

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Yep. Isn't it great when we do things as a group?

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Like that huge snowball fight at the tree house.

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THEY LAUGH

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Argh!

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Oh!

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'Or that time we climbed Moose Mountain.'

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OK, hold it. Don't move.

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I saw that!

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'How about the time we went river rafting in that giant rubber duck?'

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A giant rubber duck?

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That never happened!

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Oh, yeah, that was a dream.

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But in it, we all had a great time.

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Woah!

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Here we go again.

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Wait! Wait up!

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You left without me.

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Again.

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The trick is to use your thumb.

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-You get more power.

-Would you shoot?

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The bell's going to ring. Oo-ah!

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Shush!

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Hey, did you guys see a marble?

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Arble-moolah?

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Hat-woolah Arble-moolah?

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What did you say?

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Sorry, I forgot. You don't speak Oolah.

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What's Oolah?

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Did I miss something in class? Will we have a test?

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It's our secret language.

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Catherine taught it to Francine, who taught it me.

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Cool! Teach it to us.

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I can't. If I taught it to you, it wouldn't be a secret language.

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Ay-boolah.

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Who wants to learn a secret language?

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Yeah. Especially one with a name like Oolah.

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It sounds like baby talk. If we had a language, it would be much better.

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It would, wouldn't it?

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Hey, George.

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I got your homework. Feeling better?

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A little. I'll probably be back at school tomorrow.

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-Si-that ti-grea.

-Huh?

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It means, "That's great," in the language Buster and I invented.

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I'll tell you the secret code,

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but promise not to give it to Francine or Muffy, OK?

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Take the last letter of a word and put it in front.

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If you get two consonants together,

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put an 'i' sound between.

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So radio becomes oradi. Pretty easy, huh?

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Yeah, I guess. Um...

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Ank-thu? Wait, that's wrong.

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Ke-tank-you. No, that's not right either.

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Oh, I'm trying to say thank you.

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That would be ki-than u-yo.

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It would?

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Don't worry, it's hard at first, but you get the hang of it.

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See you soon.

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Ki-than u-yo. Ki-than u-yo.

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Ki-than u-yo.

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w-ho e-ar u-yo y-toda?

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Ki-than u-yo.

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George! That's "thank you".

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Buster said, "How are you today?"

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You didn't understand, did you?

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No.

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Have you practised?

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Yes! For two straight days.

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S-it o-to di-har ri-fo mi-hi.

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Ri-poo E-georg.

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What? What are you saying?!

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Oh, um, it's nothing.

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I don't wanna learn your language!

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Can I join you? I was getting a headache

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listening to Arthur and Buster.

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They're talking that awful gibberish.

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You should learn Oolah.

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-It's like pig Latin...

-Top-soolah!

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-What are you doing?

-Telling George...

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-You almost contaminated Oolah.

-Remember Oolah Law?

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No-one who's learnt Arthur and Buster's language can learn ours.

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I didn't learn it. All I can say is thank you.

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Sorry, but rules are rules. There's nothing I can do.

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We'll let you off with a warning this time, but be careful!

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I think you've all gone crackers!

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Come on, Arthur!

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Over here!

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Hey, Binky? You wanna make up a language with me?

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A language, huh? OK.

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Guess what this means.

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BINKY BURPS

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Urgh! "I want a breath mint"?

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Close. It means, "Hand over the raisins."

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He-hey! You're good at this.

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Why aren't you in one of their groups?

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Oolah is very simple and the Arthur dialect has too many irregularities.

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Oh... Yeah, that's why I don't like them.

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-They're not even real languages, just mixed up letters.

-Exactly.

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We could invent something much more interesting.

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-OK.

-Let's each come up with some ideas tonight,

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then meet tomorrow at the ice-cream shop.

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This is harder than I thought.

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Everything is too complicated.

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Hey, I know! Why don't you replace every word with "wally"?

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Wally, wally, wally.

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I have no idea what you just said.

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Neither do I, but I like the way it sounds.

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Maybe I'll think of something in the morning. I'm beat.

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Why did we have to come all the way to the jungle?

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The humidity makes me warp.

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There's a secret language that's right for me somewhere in here.

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I know it.

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What are those?

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How much wood would a woodchuck chuck

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if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

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Dangerous tongue-twisting toads. I read about them in the guidebook.

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Waah!

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Get your slimy tongue off my puppeteer!

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She sells seashells by the seashore.

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That was close!

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I'll say. Watch out for the gobbledegook!

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Wally! I think we've found it.

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He has come. The great George has blessed us with his presence.

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-ALL:

-Yeah!

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The great George? What about the great Wally?

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Hey, watch the wood, Shorty! I just had a polish.

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We are the Georginis.

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We'll teach you our language and you can bring it to your people.

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OK. But I should warn you, I'm not so good with languages.

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I have dyslexia, and, well, I get words confused sometimes.

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Our language has no words. It is a language of gestures and sounds.

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Behold.

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Aaaaahhh.

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That all means, "We are happy you have come."

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Sorry, Wally, I think I'm gonna need both hands.

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Hey, no, wait! What are you...

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There's a separate gesture or sound for every word,

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so there's no spelling involved. Watch!

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Moo-ooo-oo.

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That means, "I like ice-cream."

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It'll never work. Now, I've come up with a language based on math.

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Each letter has a number, from one to 26...

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What do you mean it won't work?

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You'd have to come up with thousands of sounds and gestures.

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But you could build on top of ones you already have.

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This is, "I like,"

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but this is, "I like a lot."

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It's dangerous!

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What if you wanna talk while you're riding a bike?

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How much talking do you do on your bike?

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George, it just looks really silly!

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Fine! I'll just find someone else to learn it.

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Ah ha ha ha! Ah haha ha.

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Oops.

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Oh!

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-R-ove e-her!

-Ee-foolah.

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Ar-foolah.

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I-foolah.

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10, 21, 13, 16.

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BINKY BURPS

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Y-he, si-that y-m gi-ba.

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Ive-goolah e-moolah y-moolah all-boolah!

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-Ti-wha?

-At-woolah?

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-Et-loolah o-goolah.

-Pi-sto!

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E-Francin, y-la f-of.

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-Ive-goolah ack-boolah ur-oolah all-boolah!

-Stooooop!

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She just wants the ball!

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Things were a lot more fun when everyone understood each other.

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George, we've decided you're right.

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Buster and I don't wanna learn Oolah

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and they won't learn Arster-Buther.

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Prunella told me you invented a language.

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Maybe we could all learn that.

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ALL: Aaaaah.

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My language really is the world's best language,

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because anyone can speak it - anyone at all.

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Now no-one will ever feel left out a... Gain.

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I have a better idea.

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Why don't we all just go back to the way it was?

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Oh, here's your marble.

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I wondered where that went!

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-Anybody up for a game?

-Yeah!

-Let's go.

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Come on, George. What are you waiting for?

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Er, nothing. Let's go!

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# Every day When you're walking down the street

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# And everybody that you meet

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# Has an original point of view

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# And I say, hey! What a wonderful kind of day... #

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd.

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Everyone at school is suddenly speaking their own special language. Whether it's the girls' secret code Oola or the boys' lingo Arster Buther, George can't seem to communicate with his friends! Is developing his own language the answer? Or can he convince the kids to put their differences aside and speak together again?


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