Heti 2 Dona Direidi


Heti 2

Yr wythnos hon mae Heti o Hafod Haul yn gawl draw i weld Dona Direidi. This week Heti from Hafod Haul calls in to see Dona Direidi. Dona wants to play her hide and seek game wi...


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-# Wah-wah-wee-wah

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-# D-D-DDona Direidi!

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-# D-D-DDona Direidi!

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-# Yeah

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-# I'm Dona, Dona Direidi!

-Yeah, that's me

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-# If you don't like me,

-it's your problem obviously

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-# Yeah, I'm Dona, Dona Direidi!

-Yeah, that's me

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-# If you don't like me,

-it's your problem obviously

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-# Yo, children of Wales!

-I'll introduce myself real quick

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-# I am the greatest rapper

-so take my photo, click-click!

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-# You better believe me when I say

-my cousin's famous, oh, my!

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-# The main man, the golden rapper.

-Rapsgaliwn - what a guy!

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-# I'm Dona, Dona Direidi!

-Yeah, that's me

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-# If you don't like me,

-it's your problem obviously

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-# Yeah, I'm Dona, Dona Direidi!

-Yeah, that's me

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-# If you don't like me,

-it's your problem obviously #

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-Quack, quack, quack, quack, quack.

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-I'm bored of playing

-with these ducks.

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-Oh, hello, hello. You're here!

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-Did you hear me moaning

-under the blanket? Yes?

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-I want something to do,

-but I don't know what.

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-I was thinking about painting these

-walls but I don't have any paint.

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-Then I thought about

-cooking fairy cakes.

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-But I don't have any eggs.

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-Here you go, Dona.

-Fresh eggs from the farm.

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-Thank you, Heti. Where's Jaff today?

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-He's busy today.

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-I heard you were cooking.

-Have you been busy?

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-Oh, yes, very busy.

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-Heti, you have no idea.

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-I've been so busy.

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-I've been doing this and that.

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-Lots of this and even more of that.

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-I've not had any time to sit down.

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-Really busy?

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-No.

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-But I'd like to be busy.

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-Visit the farm.

-There's so much to do there.

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-Such as?

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-Such as?

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-You could muck out the pigsty.

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-Muck out the pigsty? Yucky-puck.

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-You could round up some sheep

-on the mountain.

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-That sounds like fun.

-Jaff and myself on the quad bike.

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-You wouldn't be on the bike.

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-Not on the bike?

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-The sheep live in the mountains.

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-You'd have to walk

-all the way up there.

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-In the wind?

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-And the rain?

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-Wind and rain.

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-All day?

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-All day?

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-All day.

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-Fair play, that would be

-too much walking for Jaff.

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-I'd be fine, of course,

-but I'm thinking about Jaff.

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-What a pity.

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-I know!

-We can play farm in the house.

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-Great idea. Well done, Dona.

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-What do you mean,

-play farm in the house?

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-Ta-da!

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-We can play farm in the house...

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-..with no wind or rain

-or walking up the mountain.

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-What are you going to do in here?

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-Come here.

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-Play hide-and-seek.

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-Play hide-and-seek.

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-You want me to hide?

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-No, we'll hide the animals.

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-Then I'll make the sound

-of the animal...

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-..if you're getting close to it.

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-I see.

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-Right then, close your eyes.

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-OK, open your eyes.

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-I've hidden the sheep.

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-I've hidden the sheep.

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-OK.

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-If you're near the sheep,

-I'll go bah, bah, bah quickly!

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-If you're nowhere near the sheep,

-I'll go bah, bah, bah slowly.

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-Time to start searching.

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-Time to start searching.

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-Now then.

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-Bah.

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-Bah.

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-Bah.

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-Bah.

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-Bah.

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-Bah. Bah.

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-Bah. Bah. Bah.

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-Bah. Bah. Bah. Bah. Bah.

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-Found the sheep!

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-Well done.

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-My turn now?

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-My turn now?

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-Yes, your turn now.

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-Close your eyes.

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-I'll choose the dog

-since Jaff's not here.

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-OK. Ready, Dona. Open your eyes.

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-Woof.

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-Woof.

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-Woof.

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-Woof. Woof.

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-Woof. Woof.

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-Woof. Woof. Woof. Woof.

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-Woof. Woof. Woof. Woof. Woof. Woof.

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-Well done, Dona.

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-Well done, Dona.

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-On Tigi's picture. Very funny.

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-This is a great game.

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-I love playing farm.

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-Hey, we know a song about the farm.

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-You're right.

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-You're right.

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-Let's sing it.

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-# Visit the farm, well, what a place

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-# Full of strange noises,

-moo-moo, bah-bah

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-# Come and meet all our friends

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-# We'll have so much fun together

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-# The lambs are gambolling,

-the calf is feeding

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-# The dog's barking outside

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-# Come down to the farm

-to listen to the animals

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-# Cluck-cluck, moo-moo, bah-bah-bah

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-# The lambs are gambolling,

-the calf is feeding

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-# The dog's barking outside

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-# Come down to the farm

-to listen to the animals

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-# Cluck-cluck,

-moo-moo, bah-bah-bah #

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-That was fun.

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-That was fun.

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-I'm tired now.

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-Heti,

-is it nice in Hafod Haul every day?

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-Every day.

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-But there's one problem.

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-What?

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-Birds.

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-Birds eating the seeds

-from the fields.

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-Oh, no.

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-I need a scarecrow

-to scare them away.

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-Let's make one.

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Come on then.

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-Here we go. Here's what we need

-to make a scarecrow.

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-Two brooms.

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-They're like old brushes

-or a old witch's broom!

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-A bamboo stick.

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-Some string.

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-Felt-tip pens.

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-Cable ties.

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-Some sticky tape.

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-A balloon.

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-Scissors.

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-What are these?

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-Something to keep the scarecrow

-warm. I'll show you later.

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-First...

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-..tie the two brooms together.

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-With this tape?

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-Next, fasten the two brooms securely

-onto the bamboo stick like this.

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-Next, blow up the balloon.

-Can you do that?

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-We also need a length of string.

-Can you cut a piece off?

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-Tie it to the end of the balloon.

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-How's that?

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-Great. I'll make another knot

-and attach it to the cane.

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-While I do that,

-you can start on this.

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-What's this?

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-Something to keep the scarecrow warm

-in the field.

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-We can make a scarf.

-Tie these pieces together.

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-I'll fetch an old coat

-and an old hat.

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-Shall we tie the scarf

-around the neck?

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-Lovely colours.

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-Let's give it a face.

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-There's the scarecrow.

-It looks great.

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-# Heti has a friend on the farm

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-# Yee-aye, yee-aye, yoh

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-# On the farm there's a scarecrow

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-# Yee-aye, yee-aye, yoh

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-# With a shoo here and a shoo there

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-# Shoo, shoo, shoo everywhere

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-# Heti has a friend on the farm

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-# Yee-aye, yee-aye, yoh #

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-This or That?

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-Dawn breaking or sheep grazing?

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-As a farmer,

-we're up early every morning.

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-Dawn breaking.

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-Collecting eggs from the hens...

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-..or a brisk walk in the fields?

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-Collecting the eggs.

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-Hens are so funny!

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-Feeding the pigs...

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-..or listening to Cled crowing?

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-Have you heard Cled crowing

-when dawn breaks?

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-He wakes up everyone and everything

-in Hafod Haul.

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-Feeding the pigs, thank you.

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-Where does Jaff like sleeping?

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-In a clean kennel or in the house

-in front of the fire?

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-Jaff has a large,

-comfortable kennel...

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-..but I think he prefers the fire!

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-I don't blame him!

-And that's it, the end of the game.

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-Thanks for playing This or That?

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-Thanks for the scarecrow.

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-Thanks for the scarecrow.

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-You're welcome. Say hello to Jaff.

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-I will.

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-I will.

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-Cheerio!

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-Cheerio to you too. See you soon.

-Ta-ra!

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-# The farm animals

-are important to a farmer

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-# The grey mare, the pink pig

-and the champion bull

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-# The white hen, the large black

-cow, Jaff the dog and the ducks

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-# Three little lambs in the field

-and thirty-eight sheep

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-# The hen's beak is red,

-its feathers are white

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-# Off it goes for a walk all day

-with its little chicks

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-# The little white hen is glad

-to be free to roam across the fields

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-# It will return at dusk

-to lay lots of eggs

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-# The farm animals

-are important to a farmer

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-# The grey mare, the pink pig

-and the champion bull

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-# The white hen, the large black

-cow, Jaff the dog and the ducks

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-# Three little lambs in the field

-and thirty-eight sheep

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-# The pink pig lives in a sty

-and it loves spending

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-# Every hour of the day

-rolling around in the mud

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-# The black cow comes in

-from the field to be milked

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-# The milk flows into the bucket

-like a white river

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-# The farm animals

-are important to a farmer

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-# The grey mare, the pink pig

-and the champion bull

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-# The white hen, the large black

-cow, Jaff the dog and the ducks

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-# Three little lambs in the field

-and thirty-eight sheep

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-# Heti loves Jaff the dog,

-he's such a lovable dog

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-# He plays with the little ducks,

-his bark is very mischievous

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-# He ran quickly across the field

-as Heti whistled loudly

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-# And gathered the sheep

-into the shed before night came

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-# The farm animals

-are important to a farmer

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-# The grey mare, the pink pig

-and the champion bull

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-# The white hen, the large black

-cow, Jaff the dog and the ducks

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-# Three little lambs in the field

-and thirty-eight sheep #

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Yr wythnos hon mae Heti o Hafod Haul yn gawl draw i weld Dona Direidi. This week Heti from Hafod Haul calls in to see Dona Direidi. Dona wants to play her hide and seek game with Het.


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