Mr Adlais Cwpwrdd Cadi


Mr Adlais

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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-Mr Echo.

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-Up we go.

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-Up we go.

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-Down we go.

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-Down we go.

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-Down we go.

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-Around the table.

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-Around the table.

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-Around the table.

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-Rhodri.

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-We're playing Follow The Leader.

-Cadi's the leader.

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-Can I play?

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-Can I play?

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-Follow the leader.

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-Up we go.

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-Up we go.

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-Up we go.

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-Down we go.

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-Down we go.

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-Down we go.

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-Around the table.

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-Around the table.

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-Around the table.

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-Hop, hop, hop.

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-Hop, hop, hop.

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-Hop, hop, hop.

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-Your turn, Rhodri.

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-Your turn, Rhodri.

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-I can't remember all that.

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-I'll try my best.

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-Up we go.

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-Around the table.

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-Hop, hop, hop.

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-Down we go.

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-Was I right?

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-Almost.

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-Ifan Caradog will show you.

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-One, up.

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-Two, down.

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-Three, around.

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-Four, hops.

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-One, up.

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-Two, down.

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-Three, around.

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-Four, hops.

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-Hooray.

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-Let's play dressing up.

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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

-to Austria for an adventure.

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-Hooray.

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-# It's another dress up day,

-it's our favourite game to play #

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-This is so much fun, Ifan Caradog.

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-OK.

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-That sounded like a yodel.

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-What's a yodel?

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-What's a yodel?

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-A style of singing.

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-# Yodel-ey-hee-hoo

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-# Yodel-ey-hee-hoo

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-# Yodel-ey-hee, yodel-ey-hee,

-yodel-ey-hee-hoo #

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-Wunderbar.

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-Look out, Cadi. Pretty little goats

-can be dangerous.

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-You're a great yodeller.

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-You're almost as good as me.

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-Thank you.

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-These mountains used to echo

-to the sound of yodelling.

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-I knew an Austrian who

-was the best yodeller in the world.

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-# An Austrian went yodelling,

-he climbed to the summit

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-# Then the cuckoo came

-to sing along, too

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-# Hoh-ley-ah

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-# Down the valley, up the mountain

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-# Down the valley, up the mountain

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-# Down the valley, up the mountain

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-# The cuckoo sang like this #

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-Hooray.

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-Sshh.

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-You might create an echo.

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-An echo? What's that?

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-When you shout, you can hear

-your voice in the distance.

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-I love echoes. Can I hear one?

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-Believe you me,

-you don't want to hear an echo here.

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-If Miss Cadi wants to hear an echo,

-she can hear one.

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-Hello!

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-RASPBERRY

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-What was that? I didn't...

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-That's not what I said.

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-Mr Echo hasn't done

-his job properly for years.

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-What's wrong with him?

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-He's an angry old man.

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-He's even angrier

-with those cattle down there.

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-They used to ring their bells

-happily and listen to the echo.

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-Then,

-Mr Echo started to play around.

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-He would echo the notes back

-in the wrong order.

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-That's not very nice.

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-Now the cattle

-refuse to wear their bells.

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-We can help them.

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-Wunderbar. Follow me.

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-It's a long way.

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-Off we go.

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-I don't think so.

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-I don't think so.

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-Whee.

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-Whoa!

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-Whoa!

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-Good luck.

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-Poor old cattle.

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-They must be so sad

-without their bells.

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-Do you think they can still

-make cheese and milk?

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-Cheese comes from a cow?

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-Not exactly. She provides

-the milk that makes the cheese.

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-Some cattle provide blue milk

-to make blue cheese.

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-I don't think blue cheese

-comes from blue milk.

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-It does in my little world.

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-Moo.

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-Moo.

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-What kind of cheese

-does this one make?

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-Urgh! Yuck.

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-Yuck!

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-Yuck!

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-Excuse me, you make smelly cheese.

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-I love smelly cheese.

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-Moo.

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-Look.

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-The bells.

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-They're so shiny.

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-What will happen when I play them?

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-THUD

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-Oh, dear.

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-That wasn't right.

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-No wonder they stopped

-wearing the bells.

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-We need to speak to Mr Echo.

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-Hello.

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-Goodbye.

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-HE LAUGHS

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-Mr Echo. That's not nice.

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-Mr Echo. You're so nice.

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-HE LAUGHS

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-Excuse me, aren't you supposed

-to echo exactly what we said?

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-Well, yes, you're right,

-but I don't want to.

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-Why not?

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-Well, uh, I... I don't...

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-I've forgotten how to do it.

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-You've forgotten

-how to make an echo?

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-Yes.

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-First, it was funny echoing

-the words in the wrong order.

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-I can't remember how to echo

-the right order now.

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-Don't worry, Mr Echo.

-We'll help you.

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-Listen carefully.

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-# Three little cats

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-# Three little cats

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-# Three cats little #

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-Was that right?

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-Was that right?

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-No. Try again.

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-# Three little cats

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-# Three little cats

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-# Little cats three #

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-I'll try again.

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-I'll try again.

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-Of course. Listen carefully.

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-# Three little cats

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-# Little cats three #

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-I'll never get it right.

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-I can't remember the right order.

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-HE CRIES

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-Why can't he remember?

-It's as easy as one, two, three.

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-You're right.

-It's as easy as one, two, three.

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-Try one more time.

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-OK then.

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-# Three little cats

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-# Three little cats #

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-Was that right?

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-Was that right?

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-It was perfect.

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-HE CHUCKLES

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-Let's have another go.

-One more time.

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-Try this.

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-# Yo-del-ay

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-# Yo-del-ay #

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-This is fun. More, more.

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-# Yo-del-ay, he-hoo

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-# Yo-del-ay, he-hoo

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-# Yo-del-ay, he-hoo

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-# Yo-del-ay, he-hoo #

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-Hooray.

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-Moo!

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-Sshh. Listen.

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-Moo.

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-Can you echo the cattle?

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-Of course.

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-Moo!

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-Moo.

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-Mr Echo,

-the cattle will be over the moon.

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-They'll wear their bells again.

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-They can listen to Mr Echo.

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-HE CHUCKLES

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-I'm so glad

-I can do my work properly.

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-Thank you, thank you.

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-Dadi, we played in the mountains.

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-A goat taught us a new song.

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-A goat taught us a new song.

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-We met a lot of cattle.

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-We were yodelling.

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-The best part was helping Mr Echo

-to echo the sounds.

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-You must be very tired.

-Let's have cheese sandwiches.

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-Did you know that cheese comes

-from milk which comes from cows?

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-You're right.

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-Follow Dadi. I'm one.

-Rhodri is two. Dani is three.

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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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