Gwnewch y Pethau Cwpwrdd Cadi


Gwnewch y Pethau

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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-Do The Small Things

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-Ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling.

-Ice cream, ice cream for sale.

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-Vroom, vroom. Vroom, vroom.

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-Everyone on the bus.

-Time for school.

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-Would you like an ice cream,

-Mr Bus Driver?

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-We'll come back after school. Oops.

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-What kind of ice cream do you have,

-Mr Ice Cream?

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-Vanilla, chocolate, pistachio...

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-Shwpsyn has fallen over again.

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-Poor old Shwpsyn. Let's 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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-Will we be bus drivers?

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-No, we're going to be...

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-..vets.

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-Animal doctors. Hooray.

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-# It's another dress up day,

-it's our favourite game to play #

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-I love caring for animals.

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-Great.

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-An animal ambulance.

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-Thanks, Ifan Caradog.

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-Quack! Sorry.

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-I'll go and look for some patients.

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-Seatbelt on and I'll go

-and look for some animals.

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-First patient.

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-Hm, he looks alright.

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-HEARTBEAT

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-He sounds alright.

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-Can I see your tongue, sir?

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-Argh.

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-Argh.

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-Lollipops.

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-What a big mouth.

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-I'm not ill. I've just hurt my knee.

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-Poor old you.

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-You'll be fine now.

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-Ha-ha!

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-This one's injured, too.

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-All done.

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-Here, too.

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-And here. And here.

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-There. There. Here.

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-Here. Here. Here.

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-And here.

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-That's enough.

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-That's enough.

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-Now you need crutches.

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-Here you go, little mouse.

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-Really?

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-They're a bit big.

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-You're a bit small.

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-Try these.

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-That's better.

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-Thank you.

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-SIREN

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-Emergency. Hurry.

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-Hop on, Mrs Roo.

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-Let's have a look at you.

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-I'll take her through, Ifan Caradog.

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-HEARTBEAT

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-Where does it hurt, Mama Roo?

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-Her big toe!

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-Her stomach can speak.

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-It's not her stomach.

-It's Joey Roo.

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-Nice to meet you, Joey Roo.

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-Now then, open your mouth and say...

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-..aahhhh!

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-Mam's mouth is fine

-but her big toe hurts.

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-Oh, dear. What happened?

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-Joey and I were on our way to

-the park. I fell and hurt my foot.

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-Never mind, Mama Roo.

-I have something here for you.

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-There you go. Much better.

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-Shouldn't you put a plaster there,

-too? Just to be sure.

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-And there. And over here.

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-Over there. Over here.

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-Over there.

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-Perfect.

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-Can I have one? Please.

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-Of course.

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-You'll have to use

-these crutches, Mama Roo.

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-You'll be back on your feet

-in no time.

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-But not soon enough

-to take me to the park today.

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-My friend is waiting for me.

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-I'll take you to the park.

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-I'll take you to the park.

-

-Yeah. Whoo-hoo.

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-We're here. Hooray.

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-It's big. It's enormous.

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-It's roller-skating.

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-A dinosaur roller-skating?

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-That's great.

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-A dinosaur can't roller-skate.

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-A dinosaur can't roller-skate.

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-It can in my world.

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-That's my friend.

-He's a great roller-skater.

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-He has the longest name

-in the world.

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-What is it?

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-# Sion Morgan Rhisiart Wmffra Jones

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-# His name is longer than his nose!

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-# Whenever we go out,

-the people always shout

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-# Sion Morgan Rhisiart Wmffra Jones

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-# Nah-nah-nah-nah-nah

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-# Sion Morgan Rhisiart Wmffra Jones

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-# His name is longer than his nose!

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-# Whenever we go out,

-the people always shout

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-# Sion Morgan Rhisiart Wmffra Jones

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-# Sion Morgan Rhisiart Wmffra Jones

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-# His name is longer than his nose!

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-# Whenever we go out,

-the people always shout

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-# Nah-nah-nah-nah-nah

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-# Nah-nah-nah-nah-nah #

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-THUD

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-Oh, no, he's fallen.

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-Luckily, Dr Cadi is here.

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-Luckily, Dr Cadi is here.

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-I'll get the wheelchair.

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-Aw, aw, aw-ee!

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-My knee.

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-Poor old Sion. Pity you fell.

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-Here we are.

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-I don't... think.

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-It is a bit small.

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-You're rather big.

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-We'll have to tend to your injury

-right here.

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-I'm working as hard as I can.

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-Right, I'll listen

-to your heartbeat, Sion.

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-Yay!

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-Up we go.

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-HEARTBEAT

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-Open wide.

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-Dear me!

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-Say aahh.

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-Aahh.

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-This should be big enough.

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-Wow! A large pink one.

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-There we go. Perfect.

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-Can I have another one, please?

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-Of course. Take as many as you want.

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-Now you need some crutches.

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-You're a great vet, Cadi.

-I feel fantastic.

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-Hooray for Cadi.

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-SIREN

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-Come on, more animals need our help.

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-Thanks, Cadi. Goodbye, Jet.

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-Looking after animals is great.

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-You're right and I agree.

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-You look like

-you're enjoying yourselves.

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-I was a vet today.

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-I nursed a little mouse,

-a kangaroo and a large dinosaur.

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-I was the ambulance driver.

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

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-Oops. I think the animal ambulance

-is too small for Shwpsyn.

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-And much too small for a dinosaur.

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-OK, Cadi? OK, 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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