Hedfan Barcud Cwm Teg


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Mae gwynt cryf y gogledd yn chwythu drwy'r cwm, ac mae hi'n ddiwrnod perffaith i hedfan barcutiaid. The north wind is blowing through Happy Valley; it's a perfect day for flying...


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-It's a windy day in Cwm Teg.

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-Listen to the wind!

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-It blows rubbish everywhere.

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-It blows leaves everywhere.

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-It also blows the weathervane

-on the farmhouse roof.

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-In what direction

-is the weathervane pointing today?

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-Is it pointing

-north, south, east or west?

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-It's pointing

-to the mountains of the north.

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-That means the wind is very cold.

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-Little wonder Sanjay and Mali

-don't want to venture outside.

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-They're happy to watch

-the north wind through the window.

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-Look, Sanjay!

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-Look at the leaves

-as they dance in the wind.

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-What is it, Sanjay?

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-A kite!

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-It's flying high in the sky,

-just like the leaves.

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-I think Sanjay's had an idea.

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-Sanjay's craft box

-is full to the brim.

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-He also has a craft book.

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-Sanjay and Mali are going to make

-something, but what could it be?

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-First, they draw some lines.

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-One, two, three, four lines.

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-He created a diamond shape.

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-Next, he needs two pieces of wood.

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-He also needs some string.

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-Yes, of course! It's a kite.

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-Finished!

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-The children made two kites.

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-Sanjay and Mali

-now like the strong wind!

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-It's perfect weather

-for flying a kite.

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-One, two, three!

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-Up high in the sky we go!

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-It's your turn, Mali.

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-Hold on tight, Sanjay!

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-Hold on tight, Mali!

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-The wind is strong.

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-Those kites would love to fly away!

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-# Morus the wind

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-# And Ifan the rain

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-# Blew my hat into the mud

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-# Lah, lah, lah-lah, lah-lah

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-# Lah, lah-lah-lah

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-# Lah, lah, lah-lah, lah-lah

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-# Lah, lah-lah-lah

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-# Morus the wind

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-# He blew so strongly

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-# He was out of puff

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-# By the end of the day

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-# Lah-lah-lah, lah, lah-lah-lah

-lah, lah-lah-lah

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-# Lah-lah-lah, lah, lah-lah-lah

-lah, lah-lah-lah

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-# Lah-lah-lah, lah, lah-lah-lah

-lah, lah-lah-lah #

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-The wind has dropped.

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-Down you go, kites!

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-There's your hat, Sanjay!

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-Morus the wind

-didn't need it, after all!

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-Bye-bye, Sanjay!

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-Bye-bye, Mali and Dad!

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-Bye-bye to you too, from Cwm Teg.

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Mae gwynt cryf y gogledd yn chwythu drwy'r cwm, ac mae hi'n ddiwrnod perffaith i hedfan barcutiaid. The north wind is blowing through Happy Valley; it's a perfect day for flying kites.