Falmai'n chwilio am drysor Falmai'r Fuwch


Falmai'n chwilio am drysor

Amser stori gyda Falmai'r Fuwch. Story time with Falmai the Cow.


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-Falmai Searches for Treasure

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-One morning, Mami promised to

-teach Falmai a new game.

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-Hooray! Hooray! Hooray!

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-It's an easy game to play.

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-All you must do is go out and find

-the biggest treasure in the world.

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-Perfect! I've never

-been on a treasure hunt before.

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-Falmai set off.

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-Her parents were sure their

-clever calf would find the treasure.

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-Falmai kept an eye out

-for someone who could help her.

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-Hiya, Sam. What's the

-biggest treasure in the world?

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-Big, juicy carrots.

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-I don't think

-carrots are my treasure.

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-Falmai kept looking for treasure and

-she sniffed the flowers, on her way.

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-Hello, mouse. What's the

-biggest treasure in the world?

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-Cheese is the biggest treasure in

-the world, especially smelly cheese.

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-Falmai didn't think

-she was looking for cheese.

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-Yuck!

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-If you don't want it,

-I'll eat it myself.

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-Falmai walked until she came across

-a pair of birds in a tree.

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-Hello, Falmai! What are you up to?

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-I'm trying to find

-the biggest treasure in the world.

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-Do you know what it is?

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-Yes. The biggest treasure

-in the world is a cosy nest.

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-Thanks for your help but I'm sure

-I'm not searching for a nest.

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-Falmai decided she wouldn't

-find the treasure in the woods...

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-..so she searched the riverbank.

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-Hello, fish!

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-Falmai asked the fish to name

-the biggest treasure in the world.

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-It has to be water, Falmai.

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-It has to be water, Falmai.

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-We can't live without it.

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-Thanks for your help, but

-I don't think water is my treasure.

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-Hello, Falmai. I was just passing

-and I heard you mention treasure.

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-I know someone who can help you.

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-Oh, that's great! Thank you.

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-I need advice,

-so do you know who can help me?

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-Gwenan, the wisest bee in the woods.

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-Gwenan, the wisest bee in the woods.

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-I'll go and see her.

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-Thanks, Tudwal. Bye-bye!

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-Gwenan the bee was collecting nectar

-when Falmai found her.

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-Hello, Gwenan! How are you?

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-I'm looking for the biggest treasure

-in the world. What could it be?

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-Flowers. Honey comes from flowers.

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-Flowers. Honey comes from flowers.

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-I don't think that's my treasure.

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-Falmai was convinced she'd

-find the treasure, sooner or later.

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-She visited her friends in the lake.

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-The otter was always very busy,

-collecting logs for his dam.

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-Hello!

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-Hello!

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-What brings you here?

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-I'm looking for the biggest treasure

-in the world.

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-I don't know why

-but I can't find it.

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-The biggest treasure in the world

-is a chewy log.

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-Very tasty!

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-Oh! A log can't be my treasure.

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-Thanks anyway, Mr Otter.

-I'll keep searching.

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-Good luck

-with the treasure hunt, Falmai.

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-Falmai

-kept searching for treasure...

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-..until she came across

-a golden field of wheat.

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-Hello, Falmai. It's good to see you.

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-Hello, Falmai. It's good to see you.

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-Hello. What's the biggest treasure

-in the world?

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-Wheat is the biggest treasure.

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-Wheat makes flour

-and flour makes bread.

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-Yes, you're right. Wheat is the

-biggest treasure in the world.

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-The birds were delighted

-to have helped Falmai.

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-Falmai was heading home when,

-suddenly, she got stuck in a bush.

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-She shouted for help.

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-Hello?

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-Patch was nearby.

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-Help! I'm stuck!

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-I'll help you, Falmai.

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-Patch pulled Falmai out of the bush.

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-I've just realised what the biggest

-treasure in the world really is.

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-Is it a cherry cake?

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-No, it's friends, like you.

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-I love it!

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-I'm a treasure. Woof, woof, woof!

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-Did you find

-the biggest treasure in the world?

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-Yes, Mami. The biggest treasure

-in the world is a good friend.

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-As she went to sleep, Falmai

-thought about how lucky she was.

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-She had lots of treasure...

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-..because all the animals

-in the woods were her friends.

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-Falmai felt very happy.

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Amser stori gyda Falmai'r Fuwch. Story time with Falmai the Cow.


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