Sychu Dillad Bob y Bildar


Sychu Dillad

Anturiaethau Bob y Bildar a'i ffrindiau. The adventures of Bob the Builder and friends.


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-# Bob y Bildar

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-Can we fix it?

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-# Bob y Bildar

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-Yes, we can!

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-# Scoop, Muck and Dizzy

-and Roley, too

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-# Lofty and Wendy, join the crew

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-# Bob and the gang have so much fun

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-# Working together,

-they get the job done

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-# Bob y Bildar

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-# Bob y Bildar

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-Can we fix it?

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-# Bob y Bildar

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-# Bob y Bildar

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-Yes, we can! (I think so!)

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-# Pilchard and Deryn,

-Travis and Spud

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-# Playing together,

-like good friends should

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-# Bob y Bildar

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-# Bob y Bildar

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-Can we fix it?

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-# Bob y Bildar

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-# Bob y Bildar

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-Yes, we can!

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-DRYING CLOTHES

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-Hello, Annie.

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-Welcome back to the seaweed farm.

-This is my first crop.

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-All wet and slippery.

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-Not for long. We're drying it.

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-Drying it?

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-Drying it?

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-Precisely. If you leave it out when

-it's wet, it will rot and smell.

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-Poo-eee.

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-If you dry it out,

-it will last a long time.

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-I've come up with a great way

-to dry seaweed.

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-A seaweed drying tunnel.

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-Wow.

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-That's a good idea, Bob.

-How does it work?

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-It's a tunnel.

-You put seaweed in it. It dries.

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-Excellent.

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-Excellent.

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-Scoop, you can dig the foundations.

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-OK, Bob.

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-OK, Bob.

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-Dizzy, I need concrete.

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-OK, Bob.

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-Dizzy, I need concrete.

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-OK, Bob.

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-Muck, can you fetch some supplies?

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-Muck on the job.

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-Can we build it?

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-Can we build it?

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-Yes, we can.

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-Hello, Mr Beasley.

-What are you doing?

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-Hello, Muck. I'm trying...

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-..to dry my clothes.

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-I'm having a few problems.

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-Do you know an easier way?

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-It might be like drying seaweed.

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-I'll be right back, Mr Beasley.

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-D'you know Bob's idea

-for drying seaweed?

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-I've also had an idea.

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-I'm going to help Mr Beasley

-build a clothes drying tunnel.

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-A clothes drying tunnel?

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-Yes. Just like Bob's

-seaweed drying tunnel.

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-It'll be used to dry clothes.

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-Great idea, Muck.

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-Don't tell anyone.

-It'll be a surprise.

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-OK.

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-Bob, what's the first steps

-when building a tunnel?

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-You need a concrete foundation.

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-Concrete foundation.

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-Concrete foundation.

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-Six pillars.

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-Six pillars.

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-OK. Off I go to see Mr Beasley.

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-A concrete foundation?

-I don't have a concrete mixer.

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-Oh, no. Six pillars then.

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-Is this tunnel long enough?

-I have a lot of clothes.

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-Bob said six pillars.

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-I'll be back.

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-Here I am, Bob.

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-What's this?

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-The wooden frame.

-This creates the tunnel.

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-Psst. Muck.

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-There's some spare wood here.

-You can take this.

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-Thanks, Dizzy.

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-Re-use and recycle.

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-Aw! My thumb.

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-Does it have to be made out of wood?

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-Yes. Bob's tunnel is made of wood.

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-Yes. Bob's tunnel is made of wood.

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-My thumb hurts.

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-Wear gloves.

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-Good idea.

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-I'm back, Bob.

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-Almost finished, Muck.

-The seaweed is laid on the bamboo.

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-Bamboo.

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-The tunnel is made

-of recycled plastic.

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-Recycled plastic.

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-Recycled plastic.

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-When the sun shines,

-the seaweed will dry out.

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-Seaweed dries out.

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-The last part is the solar fan

-that blows air through the tunnel.

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-The seaweed will then be dry.

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-The seaweed will then be dry.

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-The clothes...

-The seaweed will be dry.

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-Thank you, Bob.

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-There's some bamboo left

-but no plastic.

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-Don't forget the fan.

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-Where will I find a solar fan

-like Bob's?

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-Maybe.

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-Phew. Thanks for offering

-to dry our clothes, Muck.

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-In you go.

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-In you go.

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-Careful Mr Beasley.

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-That's my favourite shirt. Make

-sure I get it back in one piece.

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-I have so much wet seaweed to dry.

-There's no room for it.

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-This tunnel is so efficient...

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-..we can dry as much seaweed

-as you can find.

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-Muck to Bob. Muck to Bob.

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-Hello, Muck.

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-Can you call to see Mr Beasley?

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-I have something to show you.

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-This fan isn't strong enough.

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-We'll have to take some clothes out.

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-I want to dry my clothes now.

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-It might be a slow dryer.

-Should we check the clothes?

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-RIPPING

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-Oh, Bernard.

-That's your favourite shirt.

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-Oh, dear.

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-I warned you about the splinters

-in the wood.

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-Splinters? Dear me.

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-I thought this was a safe device.

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-My shirt's green!

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-The bamboo's stained everything.

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-The bamboo's stained everything.

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-Oh, no.

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-Disaster!

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-Oh, Muck. It looks great.

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-It's lovely.

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-It's lovely.

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-Well done.

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-No, it's supposed to be

-a clothes drying tunnel.

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-All it's done is destroy clothes.

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-I don't understand.

-I followed your instructions.

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-Why doesn't it work?

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-A seaweed drying tunnel

-isn't suitable for drying clothes.

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-Precisely.

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-For this amount of clothes,

-the tunnel needs to be longer.

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-That's what I said.

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-Wood is fine for seaweed. You have

-to be more careful with clothes.

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-I thought it was a good idea.

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-You needed to think this through.

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-Drying clothes

-is a different proposition.

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-Think it through.

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-Muck, you've turned Mr Beasley's

-long clothes line...

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-Into many little clothes lines.

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-I can dry everything on that.

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-We'll put it on a pole.

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-If it's high,

-the wind will reach it quickly.

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-Great idea. Do you have any more?

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-I think Muck's clothes line

-looks great.

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-As it turns, the wind can

-reach every item of clothing...

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-..and dry them all.

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-A lot of work went into this.

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-Wow, dry seaweed and plenty of it.

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-It will keep for a long time.

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-You can use it when you want.

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-There we go - for cooking,

-or as medicine and soap.

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-All sorts of uses.

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-D'you know what? Other things

-last longer when dry.

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-You can dry herbs,

-flowers and fruit.

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-Pineapples?

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-Of course.

-Drying pineapples is easy.

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-Let's build

-a pineapple drying machine.

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-Good idea, Muck.

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-We could dry out mangoes.

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-We could dry out mangoes.

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-And rhubarb.

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-And parsnips.

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-And parsnips.

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-Let's start now.

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-Wow.

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Anturiaethau Bob y Bildar a'i ffrindiau. The adventures of Bob the Builder and friends.


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