Ti yw'r Seren Holi Hana


Ti yw'r Seren

Mae Fergus mor fychan fel nad oes neb yn sylwi arno na chwaith yn ei glywed, ond daw Hana i achub y dydd. Fergus is so small that nobody notices him or listens to him, but Hana ...


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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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-Over here!

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-That's better.

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-I'm Fergus.

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-My problem was no-one noticed me

-because I'm so small.

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-I wanted to be in the school play.

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-Me! Me! Me!

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-I want to be an angel, Mrs Winger.

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-Fine.

-You'll make a lovely angel, Rosie.

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-I want to be a wise man.

-The one with the gold.

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-I want to be Joseph.

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-I want to be Joseph.

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-I want to be Joseph, too.

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-Francis, you can be Joseph.

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-Ta-dah!

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-Ta-dah!

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-Hello, Owen.

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-Ta-dah!

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-Hello, Owen.

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-I said, "Ta-dah!"

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-What are you wearing?

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-Ooh! That's a really lovely,

-bright scarf, Owen.

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-Yes, these are the latest colours.

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-They glow in the dark.

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-They glow in the dark.

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-They glow in the light, too!

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-They glow in the dark.

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-They glow in the light, too!

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-I'm an owl who likes to be seen.

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-I'm here and I'm ready for anything.

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-Who wants to be a shepherd?

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-Me! Me! Me! Me!

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-Every shepherd needs a crook.

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-I have a crook. Look, Mrs Winger!

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-I have a crook.

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-I have a crook.

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-That's perfect, Bert.

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-You can be a shepherd.

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-Is that you crying, Fergus?

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-Is that you crying, Fergus?

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-No... I mean yes.

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-It's me but I'm not crying.

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-What's wrong?

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-Nothing much.

-I'd have liked a part in the play.

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-Didn't you get a part?

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-You didn't see me either, did you?

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-"Call moo baa,

-double quack, double quack."

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-Let's go!

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-I give up!

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-Let me help you.

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-When you need help, just ask.

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-That's exactly

-what I was trying to do.

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-Hello! Do you notice

-something different, Beti?

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-Yes, you're wearing

-silly sunglasses.

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-Silly?! There's nothing silly

-about these sunglasses.

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-Every owl wears them.

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-Every owl wears them.

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-Don't wear them indoors.

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-You won't be able to see a thing.

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-(HANA) Be quiet! I'm on the phone.

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-No, not you, Fergus.

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-No, really.

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-LOUD CRASH

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-Can you help out with the play?

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-There's more to a play than actors.

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-They need help, backstage.

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-Talk to Mrs Winger.

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-You could be in charge

-of sound effects.

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-Sound effects?

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-Sound effects?

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-Yes. We need a sound

-when they knock on the inn door.

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-We also need the sound of

-camels' hooves and sheep bleating.

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-Oh, yes! I'd love to do it.

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-Can I help you, Beti?

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-Can I help you, Beti?

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-No, I'm getting there.

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-I'd like to help you.

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-Owen!

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-What's that, Fergus?

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-I'm in charge of the sound effects

-for the play.

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-I must create a knocking sound and

-the sound of the donkey's hooves.

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-What are you doing, Cyril?

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-I'm making a star.

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-It leads the wise men to baby Jesus.

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-You must do something!

-He can't see in those sunglasses.

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-He just wants some attention.

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-That means

-he's feeling sad or lonely.

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-We must make him feel happy.

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-LOUD CRASH

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-LOUD CRASH

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-Oops! Sorry.

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-Quiet, please!

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-Is everyone ready?

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-You make a great Joseph, Francis,

-but you need something on your head.

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-Patsy, you look wonderful as Mary.

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-Where are the three wise men?

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-Wise men don't pick their noses!

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-Where's the star?

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-Cyril took it.

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-It needed some work.

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-It was more like a dishcloth

-than a star.

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-Are the sound effects ready?

-Let's hear the knocking, Fergus.

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-Fergus?

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-Don't worry, Fergus.

-We'll get someone stronger to do it.

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-I see, Fergus. What a shame.

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-Don't worry.

-We'll do all we can to help.

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-Hanna, I'm...

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-I'll send someone who knows how

-you feel to come and talk to you.

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-He's a friendly owl and I can't

-think of anyone better to help you.

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-Me? That's great.

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-I'll head to the school right now.

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-Mam, what can I use

-to cover Joseph's head?

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-Borrow this.

-You'll be the centre of attention.

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-Has anyone seen Fergus?

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-Has anyone seen Fergus?

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-No. He went off, in a huff.

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-I want the gold!

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-I want the gold!

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-No, I saw it first.

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-Fergus?

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-Fergus!

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-You'd see better

-if you got rid of those sunglasses.

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-Oh, Fergus!

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-What are you doing out here?

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-What are you doing out here?

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-I wanted to be by myself.

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-I know how you feel.

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-No-one ever notices me

-and there's so much I want to do.

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-I feel like that, sometimes.

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-Inside, I'm an owl who has

-lots of important things to do...

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-..but no-one realises that.

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-All they see are these dark glasses.

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-All they see are these dark glasses.

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-Do you really feel like that?

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-You're a grown-up.

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-Yes but even grown-ups

-feel like that, sometimes.

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-You are doing something important -

-you're helping me.

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-Yes and I'll find something for you

-to do in the school play, Fergus.

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-Come on!

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-I'm sorry, Cyril,

-but it looks nothing like a star.

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-What's wrong, you big baby?

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-It will make a great crown

-for the wise men.

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-Can you make another two?

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-Can you make another two?

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-Yes, Mrs Winger.

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-Where can I find a star?

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-Where can I find a star?

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-Fergus will do it.

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-He's a real star.

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-Oh, Hana!

-Francis makes a great Joseph.

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-Yes, thanks to my scarf.

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-We must find a place to stay.

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-I'm going to have a baby

-any minute now.

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-Is there room at the inn?

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-Oh, it's all so perfect.

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-Here comes Rosie.

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-If you want to see the baby,

-come with me.

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-Bring your sheep, too, if you like.

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-Bring your sheep, too, if you like.

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-Hello, Mam!

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-The three wise men!

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-The three wise men!

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-They're following Fergus, the star.

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-Follow me. I know where the baby is.

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-That's why I'm wearing sunglasses.

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-That's why I'm wearing sunglasses.

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-We have something for the baby.

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-I have some gold for him.

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-I have some frankincense.

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-I need the loo.

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-Well done, Francis.

-I'm proud of you.

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-You were brilliant, Fergus.

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-You played a star

-and you were the star of the show.

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-I couldn't have done it

-without you, Owen.

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-I couldn't have done it without you.

-Thanks for giving me a great task.

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-You did well, Owen. Fergus is happy.

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-I don't need these any more.

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-If you're a small animal

-in big trouble...

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-..call moo, baa,

-double quack, double quack.

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-Let's get quacking.

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Mae Fergus mor fychan fel nad oes neb yn sylwi arno na chwaith yn ei glywed, ond daw Hana i achub y dydd. Fergus is so small that nobody notices him or listens to him, but Hana helps out.


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