Y Fam orau yn y byd Holi Hana


Y Fam orau yn y byd

Problem Lee yw ei fod yn methu cael anrheg i'w fam ar Sul i Mamau. Ydy Hanna'n gallu helpu? Lee needs to get his mum a Mother's Day present. Can Hanna help him?


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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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-I'm Lee.

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-My problem was I wanted something

-special for Mam on Mothers' Day.

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-Francis! Stop flicking paint

-on my Mothers' Day card.

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-I'm sorry, Lee.

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-Your mothers will love these cards.

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-Who wants an envelope?

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-Me, Mrs Winger!

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-Oh, no!

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-I can't give this to my mother.

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-Hana!

-Where does Beti keep her biros?

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-Try her cupboard, Owen.

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-Where is Beti today?

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-Where is Beti today?

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-She's gone to a car boot sale.

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-Is she buying or selling?

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-Unfortunately, she's buying, Owen.

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-I worked hard on that flower.

-My mother would have loved it.

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-Yes but now,

-you'll give her real flowers.

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-That's even better.

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-I can't stop!

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-You'll be fine, Ernie!

-Grab hold of me.

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-I'm sorry, Lee.

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-I'm sorry, Lee.

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-Look!

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-I can't give Mam a bunch of stalks!

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-My mother won't miss a few of these.

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-You can have some of my roses, too.

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-See you tomorrow.

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-Thanks for the flowers.

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-Hello, Lee! I love your flowers.

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-Hello, Lee! I love your flowers.

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-I hope Mam loves them, too.

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-They smell lovely.

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-Tasty!

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-SHE BURPS

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-SHE BURPS

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-Oh, Myrtle!

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-Pardon me.

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-I didn't know

-lions eat flowers, too.

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-We don't.

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-The cupboard is neat again.

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-Yes, until Beti comes back here,

-with her latest bargains.

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-Hello, Beti.

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-Did you have a good day

-at the car boot sale?

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-Yes, indeed. There were

-some great bargains there.

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-What did you buy?

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-What did you buy?

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-This cute little stone mouse.

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-Yes, she's really cute

-and she doesn't take up much room.

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-She's useful, too.

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-You can use her as a doorstop.

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-Help me carry

-the rest of the bargains in here.

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-Oh!

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-That won't buy more flowers for Mam,

-so what shall I do?

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-"Phone moo, baa,

-double quack, double quack".

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-What will Francis give you

-on Mothers' Day?

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-I've no idea.

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-I'll be happy if he just remembers.

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-I'll be happy if he just remembers.

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-I love Mothers' Day.

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-My mother is the best in the world.

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-My mother is the best in the world.

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-No way! My mother's the best.

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-That's a nice thing to say

-but my mother is really special.

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-She has a wonderful singing voice.

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-She has a wonderful singing voice.

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-So does my mother.

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-My mother sang lullabies to me.

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-My mother

-sang me to sleep every night.

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-# Fold your wings as you go to sleep

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-# Lie down and don't make a peep

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-# Your eyes and beak

-now you must close

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-# It's time to sleep.

-It's time to doze. #

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-Help!

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-PHONE

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-I'll answer it.

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-Hana's Helpline. Owen speaking.

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-I want to buy flowers for Mam

-on Mothers' Day but I have no money.

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-No problem.

-Wild flowers grow everywhere.

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-You'll have to look for them.

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-You'll have to look for them.

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-Alright. Thank you.

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-Daffodils! Mam loves them.

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-Oi! What do you think you're doing?

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-Oi! What do you think you're doing?

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-I'm picking flowers for Mam.

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-You cheeky little lion!

-You can't pick flowers in my park.

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-How was I meant to know?

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-Oh, no!

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-Oh, dear! Oh, dear!

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-Don't worry.

-Can you come over and see me?

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-I wanted to hide these

-in Mam's office but she's in there.

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-You must

-find a better hiding place, Francis.

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-Mam knows about every hiding place.

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-The only place she won't look

-is her office.

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-I'll hide them for you.

-Mum's the word!

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-I've just spoken to someone

-who needs our help.

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-Navy blue!

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-Navy blue!

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-What's wrong, Hana?

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-Nothing.

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-Maybe you should

-cut down on the biscuits, Owen.

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-Ah, Lee! There you are.

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-Tell me what happened.

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-My tulips snapped,

-my daisies and roses were eaten...

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-..and the bus

-cut off the heads of my daffodils.

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-You're not having much luck

-with flowers today.

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-The keeper

-threw me out of the park, too.

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-When I asked for help, I was told

-to find some flowers and pick them.

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-I said wild flowers,

-not flowers growing in the park!

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-Owen,

-you should have let me talk to him.

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-Lee's mother

-must have a Mothers' Day present.

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-Give him money to buy more flowers.

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-Give him money to buy more flowers.

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-It's too late. The shop's closed.

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-You could make something for her.

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-You could make something for her.

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-He made a card but it was ruined.

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-Yes, that's true.

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-You've just given me an idea.

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-Take your mother

-to a car boot sale on Mothers' Day.

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-She'll love it!

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-That's not what I had in mind.

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-I used to make these for my mother.

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-How about that?

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-How about that?

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-I'd rather give her flowers, Hana.

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-Francis! You're a genius.

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-Here's another one.

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-Here's another one.

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-Just like the real thing.

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-I knew my bargains would be handy.

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-Your mother will be thrilled, Lee.

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-Your mother will be thrilled, Lee.

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-Yes, I hope so.

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-Open your eyes, Mam!

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-Happy Mothers' Day!

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-Oh, they're beautiful, Lee.

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-They're not real flowers.

-I made them.

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-That's why

-they're the best flowers ever.

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-Lost them?! You promised

-to put them in a safe place.

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-Maybe it was just too safe.

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-Don't worry! It'll come to me.

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-Very funny!

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-Happy Mothers' Day, Mam.

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-"To the Best Mother in the World".

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-Thank you, Francis.

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-I'm sorry but my mother

-is the best in the world.

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-Nonsense! My mother's the best.

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-I can hear her now.

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-# Fold your wings as you go to sleep

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-# Lie down and don't make a peep

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-# It's time to sleep.

-It's time to doze. #

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-Let's agree that everyone's mother

-is the best mother, in their eyes.

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-Lee didn't need money

-to get a Mothers' Day present...

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-..but he had to ask for help.

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-Small animals in big trouble, call

-moo, bah, double quack, double quack

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-Let's get quacking!

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Problem Lee yw ei fod yn methu cael anrheg i'w fam ar Sul i Mamau. Ydy Hanna'n gallu helpu? Lee needs to get his mum a Mother's Day present. Can Hanna help him?


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