Hen Wraig Fach Byd Begw Bwt


Hen Wraig Fach

Cawn gwrdd â'r hen wraig fach â'i dillad carpiog a chlocsie trwm. Caiff dipyn o drafferth gyda'i llo o'r enw Twm sy'n gwrthod yfed y llaeth. We are introduced to the folk song H...


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-Hello, my little friends!

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-Thank you for coming to visit me.

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-My name is Begw Bwt.

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-I'm sweaty!

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-I'm dripping with sweat,

-to be honest.

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-I've been cleaning for hours.

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-I've been sweeping, sweeping,

-sweeping...

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-..with this broom.

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-Thank you for calling to see me.

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-It gives me a perfect excuse

-to have a break from all this work.

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-Oh!

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-Dear me! Look at me!

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-I'm wearing my old, ragged clothes.

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-Look at my hat!

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-Oh, I'm so silly!

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-Look at my ragged apron!

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-And look at my shoes!

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-They're heavy shoes, called clogs.

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-They're sturdy shoes, mind you.

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-Some people dance in clogs,

-like this!

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-This is the clog dance.

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-As you can see,

-I'm a hopeless dancer!

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-I can't do the clog dance.

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-Speaking of heavy shoes

-and ragged clothes...

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-..I know a song about an old woman

-who lived in the valley.

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-She also wore ragged clothes

-and heavy clogs, just like me.

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-But, my friends,

-that's where the similarities end.

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-The old woman had a little calf

-called Twm.

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-He was small and thin.

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-Yes, my friends.

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-He was stubborn, too.

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-He refused to eat or drink anything.

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-Well, one day the old woman

-lost her temper with the calf.

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-She was very angry.

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-Yes, indeed.

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-It's a funny story.

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-Let's go on a journey

-to hear more about the old woman...

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-..and about Twm, the calf.

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-Are you ready, my little friends?

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-Come closer! Come along.

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-Let's visit a magical world of song.

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-# An old woman lived in the valley.

-Ragged clothes and heavy clogs

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-# She had a calf called Twm

-who'd been poorly for some time

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-# Dim didl dim, didl dim-dim-dim.

-Dim didl dim, didl-dim-dim-dim

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-# Didl-dim, didl-dim,

-didl-dim, didl-dim

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-# Didl dim-dim dim-dim dim-dim

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-# An old woman gave milk to the calf

-but he refused to take it

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-# Well, she lost her temper

-and oh, dear, she was angry #

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-Why won't you drink your milk,

-silly Twm?

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-# Dim didl dim, didl dim-dim-dim.

-Dim didl dim, didl-dim-dim-dim

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-# Didl-dim, didl-dim,

-didl-dim, didl-dim

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-# Didl dim-dim dim-dim dim-dim

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-# Little old calf ran like the wind.

-She shouted, "For goodness sake!"

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-# As she followed the calf

-across the country

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-# Oh, friends! What an experience!

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-# Dim didl dim, didl dim-dim-dim.

-Dim didl dim, didl-dim-dim-dim

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-# Didl-dim, didl-dim,

-didl-dim, didl-dim

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-# Didl dim-dim dim-dim dim-dim

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-# Dim didl dim, didl dim-dim-dim.

-Dim didl dim, didl-dim-dim-dim

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-# Didl-dim, didl-dim,

-didl-dim, didl-dim

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-# Didl dim-dim dim-dim dim-dim

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-# Dim didl dim, didl dim-dim-dim.

-Dim didl dim, didl-dim-dim-dim

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-# Didl-dim, didl-dim,

-didl-dim, didl-dim

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-# Didl dim-dim dim-dim dim-dim

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-# Dim didl dim, didl dim-dim-dim.

-Dim didl dim, didl-dim-dim-dim

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-# Didl-dim, didl-dim,

-didl-dim, didl-dim

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-# Didl dim-dim dim-dim dim-dim #

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-Twm, for goodness sake!

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-Twm! Come here, Twm!

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-Well, what a situation!

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-The old woman...

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-..ran across the country.

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-She shouted at the top of her voice!

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-For goodness sake!

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-Oh! She was really angry.

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-I wonder if she caught the calf

-and if he ever drank his milk.

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-I'll practise

-my clog dancing skills.

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-Maybe, with a bit more practise...

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-..I'll be able to dance well.

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-Hey, thank you for coming to see me.

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-Call again soon.

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-We'll have a chat...

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-..and we can visit

-the magical world of music.

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-See you soon.

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-Bye-bye!

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-See you soon!

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Cawn gwrdd â'r hen wraig fach â'i dillad carpiog a chlocsie trwm. Caiff dipyn o drafferth gyda'i llo o'r enw Twm sy'n gwrthod yfed y llaeth. We are introduced to the folk song Hen Wraig Fach


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