Arwr yr Eira Cwpwrdd Cadi


Arwr yr Eira

Mae byd hud a lledrith y tu fewn i gwpwrdd Cadi, ac mae antur yn disgwyl amdani hi a'i ffrindiau. There's a magical world inside Cadi's cupboard and an adventure awaits her and ...


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-# Let's play dress up

-in Cwpwrdd Cadi

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-# It's a costume day in Cwpwrdd Cadi

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-# We can be mermaids

-or deep sea divers

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-# Ballet dancers

-or racing car drivers

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-We can be pilots in an aeroplane

-or an engineer on a steam train.

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-# Let's play dress up

-in Cwpwrdd Cadi

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-# It's a costume day in Cwpwrdd Cadi

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-# Let's look inside and we'll see

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-# In Cwpwrdd Cadi there's a mystery #

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-Snow Hero.

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-Dearest Angharad, dearest Angharad,

-throw down your hair...

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-..so that I can climb up to you.

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-Oh, handsome prince, up you come.

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-Climb my flowing locks.

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-Nee-noh, nee-noh, nee-noh, nee-noh.

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-Jet, you have a great

-fireman's helmet.

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-Wait until you see

-the rest of my costume, Cadi.

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-Oops.

-Jet, the fireman, here to help.

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-I have the hat and the boots.

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-Oy!

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-Oh.

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-There we go. Now the trousers.

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-I can... wear...

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-Oh, pickles.

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-I didn't want to play firemen

-anyway.

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-Jet, it's dress-up time.

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-# Dress up is a game we play,

-each and every single day

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-# We can be 'most anything,

-fairy, doctor, dancer, king! #

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-Lollipops. We're going skiing.

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-# It's another dress-up day

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-# It's our favourite game to play #

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-Great or what?

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-Caradog.

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-It's cold.

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-Off we go.

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-Hooray.

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-Flying ducks - here we go-o-o-o-o!

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-Whee.

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-Whee.

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-Cadi!

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-Whoa.

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-Miss Cadi!

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-DOG BARKS

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-A dog?

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-At your service.

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-Oops, sorry.

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-Eh? You can't fit all that

-in your small casket.

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-In my little world he can.

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-This will warm you up.

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-Wonderful. Thank you.

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-No problems.

-I enjoy rescuing people.

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-Dad is the best rescue dog of all.

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-Wow. Can we meet him?

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-OK.

-Follow me to the cabin to meet him.

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-OK.

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-Wait. No, this way.

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-Um...

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-Maybe... it's this way.

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-Is it that way?

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-You're right. Follow me.

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-It's such a pity that Dad

-isn't here to say hello to you.

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-He must be out rescuing someone.

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-Do you sometimes go with him?

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-Do you sometimes go with him?

-

-Uh, no, not yet.

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-I have a lot to learn.

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-I'm a good rescuer but not so good

-at finding my way home to the cabin.

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-We could help you practise.

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-Will you really? Thanks.

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-Mot at your service.

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-Well done, Mot.

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-Well done.

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-Well done.

-

-Good boy.

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-Rescuing people is easy. Now I have

-to lead you back to the cabin.

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-Hey, we'll follow my footsteps.

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-Follow me.

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-Great.

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-Off we go.

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-Where are they? Come back. No.

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-Stop. Hey, wait.

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-Oh, dear.

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-Sorry Dad isn't back yet.

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-He must be rescuing a lot of people.

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-I'll never be

-a good rescue dog like Dad.

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-Of course you will.

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-How does your father

-know the way home?

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-He says he looks for landmarks

-and follows them home.

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-What's a landmark?

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-What's a landmark?

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-Something that's permanently there.

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-What a great idea.

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-I know, but it never works for me.

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-More practise, that's all you need.

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-Wargh!

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-Oh, please, save me. Anyone.

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-DOG BARKS

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-Here he comes.

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-Mot at your service.

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-Hooray. You rescued us.

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-Can you take us back now?

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-No problems. I saw many landmarks

-on the way over.

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-Follow me.

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-I saw a large tree.

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-Four large boulders.

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-This hedge tells me

-I'm going the right way.

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-Are you sure this is the way?

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-Yes, I saw them all,

-on the way over.

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-Did you see them in this order?

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-Does it matter?

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-Does it matter?

-

-Well...

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-Eh?

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-What happened?

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-You have to follow the landmarks

-in the right order.

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-Or you'll end up

-going around in circles.

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-Oh, no. Oh!

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-Even with the landmarks,

-I can't reach home.

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-We'll try again.

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-No. I give up.

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-I'll never make a good rescue dog

-like my father.

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-Hey, where is my father?

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-It's getting late.

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-I'm sure he's OK.

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-He never stays out this late.

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-Something's wrong.

-I need to find him.

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-We'll come with you to make sure...

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-..that every landmark

-is in the right order.

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-Thank you.

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-# One - we're leaving the cabin now

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-# Cabin now, cabin now

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-# Two - we pass the red flag

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-# To help Mot find his father

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-# Three - we pass the large forest

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-# Large forest, large forest

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-# Four - we pass the frozen lake

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-# To help Mot find his father #

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-Oh!

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-Mot to the rescue.

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-Dad.

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-Dad.

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-Mot.

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-I thought I could hear something

-in the ground so I went over.

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-It started snowing

-and the snow blocked my tunnel.

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-I rescued you.

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-Yes, Mot. Lead the way home.

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-Eh? But I can't.

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-Of course you can.

-Remember the song backwards.

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-OK. Follow me.

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-# Four - we pass the frozen lake

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-# Frozen lake, frozen lake

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-# Three - we pass the large forest

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-# All the way home

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-# Two - we pass the red flag

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-# Red flag, red flag

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-# One - we can see the cabin now

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-# We've almost reached home #

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-We did it, Dad. We've reached home.

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-Just remember every landmark

-and go the opposite way.

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-I'm so proud of you, Mot.

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-Thanks. First back to the cabin.

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-Hooray.

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-Wait for me, Cadi.

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-Whoo. Hooray.

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-Now I know how to wear my suit.

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-One - wear the trousers and jacket.

-Two - wear the boots.

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-Three - wear my hat.

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-Four - I'm ready to go.

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-Nee-noh, nee-noh, nee-noh, nee-noh.

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-Well done, Jet.

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-I think someone's ready to go

-to the fire station.

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-Can we?

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-Can we?

-

-Hop aboard my fire engine.

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-Nee-noh, nee-noh, nee-noh, nee-noh.

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-This is a lot of fun.

-I'm glad you're coming, too.

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-Thank you, Miss Cadi.

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-You're welcome, Ifan Caradog.

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Mae byd hud a lledrith y tu fewn i gwpwrdd Cadi, ac mae antur yn disgwyl amdani hi a'i ffrindiau. There's a magical world inside Cadi's cupboard and an adventure awaits her and her friends.


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