Cloc a Dwdl Du Cwpwrdd Cadi


Cloc a Dwdl Du

Does dim llaeth i frecwast gan fod y ffermwr yn dal i gysgu. All Cadi a'i ffrindiau achub y dydd? No one has any milk for their breakfast because the farmer is still asleep. Can...


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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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-Clock-a-Doodle-Doo.

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-# La-la-la-la-la-la-la

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-# La-la-la-la-la #

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-Look at my picture, Cadi.

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-Is it a duck?

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-It's a horse, Ifan Caradog.

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-It's a cow.

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-I'm painting a big dog.

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-It looks like Mrs Abraham's dog.

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-It's a nice dog.

-We're always making a fuss of him.

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-Listen, it's almost time

-to take him for a walk.

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-We'll wait for him outside.

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-Great idea, Miss Cadi.

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-I agree. Come on, Tara.

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-I have to finish my cow first.

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-We might miss them.

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-We might miss them.

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-No, we won't.

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-We will. You can finish off

-when we get back.

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-We missed them.

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-We missed them.

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-Sorry.

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-It's time to dress up.

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-# Dress up is a game we play,

-each and every single day

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-# We can be almost anything,

-fairy, doctor, dancer, king! #

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-What are we going to be today?

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-We're going to be farmers.

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-Farmers?

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-# It's another dress-up day,

-it's our favourite game to play #

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-I've never been on a farm before.

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-No problem.

-I know everything about farms.

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-Here are the horses.

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-They're sleeping.

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-It must be very early.

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-Even the sun is sleeping.

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-I've never seen that before.

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-You see many things in my world.

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-A cow. Just like my picture.

-Come and say hello.

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-This shed is full of cows.

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-There are one, two,

-three, four, five, six.

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-Seven, eight, nine, ten,

-eleven, twelve cows.

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-Hello, cows.

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-Lollipops, they're noisy.

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-Quiet, ladies.

-Sorry about the noise.

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-A little dog, just like Spriwsyn.

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-I'm Benji, the farmer's dog.

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-The farmer hasn't milked the cows.

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-Milk comes from cows?

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-Yes.

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-It's strange.

-The farmer has usually been by now.

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-Poor cows. Can we help?

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-A machine usually does the milking.

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-You could do it with your hands.

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-I know how to do it.

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-Place the bucket here.

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-Then, milk the cow.

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-This one must be empty.

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-This one must be empty.

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-Moo!

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-Never grab a cow's tail.

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-Cadi knows what to do.

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-I can do that.

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-Oy! Stop it.

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-Warm your hands

-before you do it again.

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-Thank you, Mr Benji.

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-The milk looks lovely.

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-I don't like plain milk.

-I like flavoured milk.

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-One strawberry milkshake coming up.

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-Mmm. Lovely.

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-How strange. Pink milk.

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-Strange things happen

-in Cadi's world.

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-The farmer would love to see that.

-I wonder where he is.

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-He might be doing some other work.

-We'll help you find him.

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-You're too kind.

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-Thanks for your help. The lorry will

-be here soon to pick up the milk.

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-Poor horses. They're hungry.

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-Don't eat me, please.

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-The farmer is meant to be

-baling the hay today.

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-With a tractor?

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-Is that where he is now?

-Is that what he uses to make bales?

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-Yes. I thought he'd be here.

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-Let's do some more work for him.

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-Great idea.

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-# Off we go to bale the hay

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-# One, two, three

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-# Then four, five, six

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-# Helping him are we

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-# There's seven and eight,

-nine, ten and eleven

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-# We are helping the farmer,

-twelve bales of hay #

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-The horses say thank you.

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-They're used to being fed on time.

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-Farm animals love hay.

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-I prefer toast and eggs.

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-Talking of eggs, the farmer

-should be collecting them now.

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-Let's go and find out.

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-Lollipops.

-The hens are making so much noise.

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-Wait here. I'll calm things down.

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-Flying geese!

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-It's time those eggs were collected.

-They're usually collected on time.

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-Let's collect them.

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-Purple hens.

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-Anything's possible in my world.

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-Anything's possible in my world.

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-I'll collect the blue ones.

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-I'll collect the pink ones.

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-Whoa!

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-Warm your hands.

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-Oh, yeah.

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-Great.

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-Ooh!

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-Pretty.

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-One, two, three.

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-Four, five, six.

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-Seven, eight, nine.

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-Ten, eleven...

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-Twelve!

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-That's a good dozen.

-The farmer can collect them now.

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-Is he still in bed?

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-No, he's up every morning

-when the cockerel crows.

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-We saw the sun rise but

-we didn't hear the cock crowing.

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-No.

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-Maybe that's why he's in bed.

-Let's find out.

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-He's asleep.

-No wonder the farmer's asleep.

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-Stand back. I'll wake him up.

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-Mr Cockerel. It's time to get up.

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-Wake up, Mr Cockerel.

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-Wake up, Mr Cockerel!

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-Sorry.

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-Thanks for trying.

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-I know.

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-This should work.

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-An alarm clock.

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-It didn't work.

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-It didn't work.

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-Wait.

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-Cockle-doodle-doo.

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-It's awake.

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-It's awake.

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-Whoo-hoo. Hooray.

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-Why is the sun so high in the sky?

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-Hey!

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-You overslept.

-You should've been up hours ago.

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-I'm never late.

-What am I going to do?

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-I don't want to be late again.

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-Don't worry.

-This clock will help you wake up.

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-Thank you. Thank you.

-Cockle-doodle-doo.

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-The farmer must have heard that.

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-The bales are ready,

-the horses have been fed...

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-..the cows have been milked

-and the eggs have been collected.

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-I should get up late more often.

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-When I've finished the cow,

-I'll draw a hen.

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-I'll change Spriwsyn into Benji,

-the farmer's dog.

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-Sorry we were late for Spriwsyn.

-We should always be on time.

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-We'll see him tomorrow.

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-Are you hungry?

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-We were farmers, feeding horses...

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-..waking the cockerel

-and milking cows.

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-Did you know milk came from cows?

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-I thought it came from the shop.

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-I thought it came from the shop.

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-Cows first, then the shop.

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-Tara drew a picture of a cow.

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-Come on. We'll show you.

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-I'd love to live on a farm,

-Ifan Caradog.

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-Only if you're with me, though.

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Does dim llaeth i frecwast gan fod y ffermwr yn dal i gysgu. All Cadi a'i ffrindiau achub y dydd? No one has any milk for their breakfast because the farmer is still asleep. Can Cadi help?


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