Yr Afon A'r Afanc Cwpwrdd Cadi


Yr Afon A'r Afanc

Mae Cadi a'i ffrindiau'n datrys dirgelwch yr afon sych. Cadi and friends must solve the mystery of the dry river.


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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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-The River and the Beaver

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-Gee, little horse. Yee-hah!

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-Carrying us both.

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-Hm, where does this go?

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-In the corner.

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-No.

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-Try the middle.

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-I don't want to try it anywhere.

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-Why not?

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-I don't want to make a mistake.

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-Yee-hah! It's time to dress up.

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-Hooray.

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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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-Are we going to be cowboys?

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-No. Not cowboys.

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-We're going to be forest rangers.

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-A forest ranger? Great.

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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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-Wow. You're the driver, Cadi.

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Stop.

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-You're too young to drive.

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-It's like my puzzle.

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-It's like my puzzle.

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-Yes, it is...

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-..but all the pieces are in place.

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-Stop.

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-Who-oo's there? Who-oo's there?

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-We're the forest rangers.

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-Hm. Well.

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-You might be able

-to do something about...

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-..the new, noisy neighbours

-in my tree.

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-Noisy neighbours?

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-You're right. A family of ducks.

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-How on earth can a night owl sleep

-during the day...

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-..with all that

-quack, quack, quacking?

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-Hey, are you a duck, too?

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-Uh, woof-woof.

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-Come on, Rhodri,

-let's go and investigate.

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-OK.

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-Whoo-hoo. Can you hear that noise?

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-It's noisy.

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-It's lovely.

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-Hm.

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-Here, wear these.

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-Hah. I can't hear a thing.

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-Nothing at...

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-SNORING

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-Excuse me.

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-Yes?

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-Shouldn't you be down by the river?

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-River? A river's no fun these days.

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-Woof, woof.

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-What does Mr Quack mean when he

-says the river is no fun any more?

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-We should go and have a look.

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-Hooray. I love rivers.

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-What's that?

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-A bear.

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-Are you OK, Mr Bear?

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-No. I'm stuck.

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-Poor you.

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-Leave him alone.

-Bears are dangerous.

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-All animals are friends

-in my little world.

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-It's OK, Mr Bear,

-we'll set you free.

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-Honey.

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-Ha-ha-ha!

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-I'm starving.

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-Honey is good for you sometimes.

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-Wouldn't it be better for you

-to eat fish?

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-Of course, but there are no

-fresh fish in the river any more.

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-We'd better investigate, Rhodri.

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-Whoo-hoo. To the river.

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-Where did the water go?

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-That's why the ducks and bears

-don't come here.

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-Where did the water go?

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-Someone might have made a large hole

-and the water drained away.

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-No holes over here.

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-No holes over there.

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-I might be wrong.

-The water didn't drain away.

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-Did it go back to the sky?

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-Yes, into a cloud.

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-To make rain.

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-Let's go and see.

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-You first.

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-Let's see.

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-We need to go higher than the rock,

-the tree and the mountain.

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-We need to go up to the clouds.

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-Up we go.

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-Wa-hey.

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-Hello, children.

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-Hello, Mr Cloud.

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-What brought you all the way

-up here, my friends?

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-We're looking for the missing river.

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-We thought it might be up here

-to help you make rain.

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-Dear me, no.

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-I do collect water to make rain...

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-..but I can't hold that much water.

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-Someone else must have stolen it.

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-I'm wrong again.

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-I don't think we'll ever find out

-where the water went.

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-We have to find it.

-The bears need somewhere to fish.

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-The deer need water to drink.

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-The deer need water to drink.

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-The ducks need somewhere to swim.

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-Let's solve the puzzle. Where

-can the water be? Where on earth?

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-Eh?

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-Cadi, look. A dam.

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-Has the water been held back

-by the dam?

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-Look.

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-Look.

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-There it is.

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-Whoo-hoo.

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-Whoo-hoo.

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-Oy, you, be quiet.

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-Excuse me, Mr Beaver.

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-Yes, yes, what do you want?

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-I'm Cadi. This is Rhodri.

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-This is Ifan Caradog.

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-Urgh, Ifan Caradog!

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-Oops, sorry.

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-What exactly do you want?

-I'm very busy. Busy, busy, busy.

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-We're looking for water.

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-There's plenty of that

-behind the dam. Plenty.

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-But there's no water in the river.

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-Eh?

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-Eh?

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-None for the deer to drink.

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-Or the bears to fish in.

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-Or the bears to fish in.

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-Or the ducks to swim in.

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-Is that true?

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-This is bad. Very, very bad.

-I didn't know.

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-What can we do? We've built a dam.

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-This is our home.

-We can't tear it down.

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-There's no need. Just remove enough

-to release some of the water.

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-Hey, that's a great idea. Great.

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-# Down by the river

-early in the morning

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-# The beaver family

-are hard at work

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-# Young and old beavers

-make a hole in the dam

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-# Hurry, hurry, hurry, hurry

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-# All afternoon #

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-Hooray.

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-# Down by the river

-early in the morning

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-# Young and old beavers

-share their water

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-# The water flows

-and fills the riverbed

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-# Splash, splash, drip, drop

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-# Water everywhere #

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-I'm going to try this piece in every

-hole until I find the right one.

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-What a great idea.

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-You don't have to be right

-first time, every time.

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-Oh, Dadi. We've had a great day.

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-We helped some ducks,

-a bear and some deer.

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-They can now use the river.

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-Water's important to us all.

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-I like playing in the water.

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-Me, too.

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-Let's go and play in the park pool.

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-Hooray.

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-Hopefully, there won't be

-any beavers in the pool.

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-Hopefully, there won't be any bears.

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Mae Cadi a'i ffrindiau'n datrys dirgelwch yr afon sych. Cadi and friends must solve the mystery of the dry river.


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