Ble mae Tedi? Holi Hana


Ble mae Tedi?

Er ei bod wedi chwilio ymhobman nid yw Patsy'n gallu dod o hyd i'w thedi, felly mae Betty'n cytuno i wau tedi newydd i Patsy. Patsy has lost her teddy, there is no sign of him a...


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-# If you're a sad duck in the park

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-# Or a bear who's scared of the dark

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-# If you're a stressed out bat,

-then hark!

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-# Call Hana's Helpline.

-You'll be fine

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-# Moo, baa,

-double quack, double quack

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-# Hana's always here

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-# Moo, baa,

-double quack, double quack

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-# She makes problems disappear

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-# If you're a bird

-who can't get off the ground

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-# Or an owl who makes an awful sound

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-# Or a giraffe

-with the longest neck around

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-# Call Hana's Helpline.

-You'll be fine

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-# Moo, baa,

-double quack, double quack

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-# Hana's always here

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-# Moo, baa,

-double quack, double quack

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-# She makes problems disappear. #

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-Hello! I'm Patsy.

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-My problem was I'd lost the most

-precious thing in the world.

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-Where's Tedi?

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-Where's Tedi?

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-Where's Tedi?

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-Where's Tedi?

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-Where's Tedi?

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-Where's Tedi?

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-Patsy! What on earth's wrong?

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-I've lost Tedi.

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-Have you seen him?

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-Have you seen him?

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-No. He must be there somewhere.

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-Maybe he's outside.

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-Tedi?

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-Tedi?

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-Tedi isn't outside, either.

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-Oh!

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-Hello! Is that you, Patsy?

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-Is that Tedi?

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-Is that Tedi?

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-No, it's me - Francis.

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-Francis! Have you seen my teddy?

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-I've searched and searched

-but I can't find him.

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-I'm sorry, Patsy,

-but I haven't seen him.

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-Hey!

-Maybe your mother could help me.

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-"Call Hana's Helpline on moo, baa,

-double quack, double quack."

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-SHE SIGHS

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-Hmm. The phone is working.

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-Maybe nobody needs my help today.

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-6 down. 4 letters. An order.

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-Stop!

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-Stop!

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-Stop - yes, of course.

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-Thanks, Owen.

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-What about this one? 9 across.

-Two words.

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-Remain in the same place.

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-Remain in the same place.

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-Stand still!

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-Remain in the same place.

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-Stand still!

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-Stand still. Thanks, Betty.

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-I need a four-letter word

-which is a greeting.

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-Leave me alone, you batty bat!

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-No, too many letters, Owen.

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-No, too many letters, Owen.

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-Owen! You unravelled it again.

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-What are you two doing?

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-Betty is trying to choke me!

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-Betty is trying to choke me!

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-Rubbish!

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-I'm knitting a balaumper for Owen

-but he won't stand still.

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-What are you knitting?

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-What are you knitting?

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-A balaumper.

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-A balaclava crossed with a jumper.

-They'll be all the rage next winter.

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-Well, this doesn't help me

-complete my crossword.

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-Greeting. Four letters.

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-Hello? Yes, of course!

-Greeting. Four letters. Hello!

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-Hana's Helpline. How can I help?

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-Hana's Helpline. How can I help?

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-Hello. I've lost my teddy.

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-I can't find him anywhere.

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-It will keep you warm, Owen.

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-Watch where you're

-poking those needles!

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-I see. I see.

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-Stay with Francis.

-We'll come over there right now.

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-Don't worry.

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-The best way to find something

-is to retrace your steps.

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-Where have you been today?

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-I came here this morning,

-to play on the swings.

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-To the swings!

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-Owen's wearing a weird jumper.

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-Owen's wearing a weird jumper.

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-It's a balaumper.

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-Shall I ask Betty

-to knit one for you?

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-No, thanks.

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-Let's act out

-what happened this morning.

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-I'm Patsy. I'm swinging happily.

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-I'm Patsy. I'm swinging happily.

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-You're unravelling my knitting!

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-Whee! Whee-hee-hee!

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-Look how high I can go!

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-Whee!

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-Tedi isn't here, Mam.

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-Don't worry.

-We can search in other places.

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-Where else have you been today?

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-I left the park and I came here,

-to the swimming pool.

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-Let's ask the lifeguard

-if he's seen Tedi.

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-No running around the pool,

-children!

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-I wasn't running

-and I'm not a child!

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-I won't tell you how old I am

-but I'm a fully-grown duck!

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-I'm sorry. How can I help you?

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-This little girl has lost her teddy.

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-Have you seen him?

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-A teddy bear? Let me check.

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-He's swimming, over there!

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-That's a duck!

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-Yes and we're looking for

-a teddy bear.

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-A teddy bear? Why didn't you say so?

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-Let me check.

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-There's your teddy.

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-Where is he?

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-That's a family of lions.

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-That's a family of lions.

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-Is it?

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-I need some new spectacles.

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-Thanks anyway.

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-I don't think Tedi's here, Patsy.

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-I can't see him from up here, Hana.

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-I can't see him from up here, Hana.

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-Thanks for looking, Owen.

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-You can come down now.

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-You can come down now.

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-Alright.

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-The poor little pig.

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-I feel sorry for her.

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-I lost my teddy once

-and I couldn't sleep for weeks!

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-Are they alright, Mam?

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-Owen! What are you doing?

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-I was looking for Tedi

-but he isn't here, Patsy.

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-Thanks for looking, Owen.

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-Thanks for looking, Owen.

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-You're less trouble than these two!

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-Where's Betty?

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-She should have a go on this.

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-She should have a go on this.

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-Whee!

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-Come on! We'll wait outside

-while Owen and Betty dry off.

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-Owen!

-Your balaumper shrank in the water.

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-Start knitting, Betty,

-before I catch a cold.

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-Hana, I'll never see Tedi again.

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-Hey! Come on. Don't say that.

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-Tedi must be somewhere.

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-When we lose something,

-it doesn't disappear.

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-Francis?

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-Francis!

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-Francis? Francis!

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-Where have you gone?

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-I don't believe my eyes!

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-It looks like Patsy's teddy bear

-but it can't be.

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-The missing teddy

-has a teddy bear's body.

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-This teddy has a turtle's body.

-How strange!

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-Wait a minute!

-It's Myrtle the turtle.

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-Oh, dear! Myrtle's upset.

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-You dropped Mr Teddy.

-Here you go, Myrtle.

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-That's better.

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-Come on!

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-(FRANCIS) I'll tell Mam about this.

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-Dear me! This is a mess.

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-We found the teddy bear in a bush,

-on the way to the park this morning.

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-Let's play on the see-saw, Myrtle.

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-Look, Mam! May I keep it?

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-Yes, of course. Come on, Myrtle.

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-Now Myrtle knows whose teddy it is,

-she'll give it back to Patsy.

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-Give it back.

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-Myrtle, Patsy has missed her teddy

-really badly.

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-Oh, dear! Myrtle

-is fond of your teddy too, Patsy.

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-Myrtle,

-give the teddy back to Patsy.

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-What should we do?

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-Myrtle, you can keep Tedi.

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-Really?

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-You're really kind, Patsy.

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-I'm sure Myrtle will look after him.

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-I think I know someone

-who can knit a new teddy for Patsy.

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-Well? How do I look?

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-Owen! Your balaumper is ready!

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-Yes and I'm quite pleased with it.

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-The sleeves are too long and I can

-hardly breathe, let alone see...

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-..but I look good, don't I?

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-We got there, in the end.

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-Myrtle is going to keep Tedi...

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-..we were hoping you could

-knit a new one for Patsy.

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-Will you, Betty?

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-Will you, Betty?

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-Yes, of course.

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-I don't have any wool left. Hang on.

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-What's going on?

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-Hold the wool, Patsy, and

-you'll have a new teddy in no time.

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-If you're a troubled turtle

-or a startled starling...

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-..call moo, baa,

-double quack, double quack.

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-Let's get quacking!

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Er ei bod wedi chwilio ymhobman nid yw Patsy'n gallu dod o hyd i'w thedi, felly mae Betty'n cytuno i wau tedi newydd i Patsy. Patsy has lost her teddy, there is no sign of him anywhere.


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