H - Het, Hances a Hosan Jen a Jim


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H - Het, Hances a Hosan

Taith i Begwn y Gogledd ar drywydd het, hances a hosan goll Jangl sy'n wynebu Jen a Jim. Jen and Jim are going on a trip to the North Pole to look for Jangl's hat, handkerchief ...


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-# Hello, Jen a Jim

-in your shop for everything

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-Hello!

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-# Where will you go today?

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-# On an adventure

-to solve a small problem

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-# To help an animal

-that's in trouble

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-# Caterpillar, chicken, lamb or calf

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-# Crocodile or flamingo

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-# Plwmp and Bolgi, Jangl and Cyw

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-# Deryn, Llew and the whole gang

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-# The magic of the Cywiadur

-and all its letters

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-# The clues will lead you

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-# To find the answer

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-# Jen a Jim Pob Dim #

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-It's cold today.

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-I'm almost frozen.

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-I know, hopping will help me

-heat up.

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-Boing, boing.

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-Woah!

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-Jen! What on earth is on your ears?

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-What are those on your hands?

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-Socks.

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-One red sock and one blue sock.

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-And a sock for each ear.

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-But you should wear socks

-on your feet not on your ears.

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-I know that.

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-They keep my ears warm.

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-I thought you were

-growing long ears.

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-It would be fun to have long ears.

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-Then I could hear everything.

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-WIND

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-ALARM

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-What's that windy noise?

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-What's that windy noise?

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-It's coming from the Cywiadur.

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-Come on!

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-Jen and Jim calling

-Cyw and the gang.

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-What's wrong? Do you need our help?

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-Have you lost your magic sock?

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-Long sock not magic sock!

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-Have your hat and handkerchief

-have disappeared too?

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-That's strange. What happened?

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-I felt cold

-when I got up this morning too.

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-No wonder you're cold,

-the window is open.

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-So when you searched for your hat,

-it had disappeared.

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-What happened after that?

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-You wanted to wear your handkerchief

-as a hat but that disappeared too.

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-What about the magic sock?

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-Sorry. Long sock.

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-You wanted to wear it as a hat!

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-The sock disappeared too.

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-WIND

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-Maybe the wind blew the sock, hat

-and handkerchief out the window.

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-I think you're right.

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-Where have they gone?

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-A cold wind usually

-comes from the North Pole.

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-Maybe they've flown

-all the way there.

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-Yes, the North Pole.

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-It's very far away.

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-It's where Santa lives.

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-We have to go and find Jangl's hat,

-handkerchief and sock.

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-"Cywiadur, Cywiadur, please show us.

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-"The special words that you have."

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-"Het" - hat.

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-"Hances" - handkerchief.

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-"Hosan" - sock.

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-We'll need a very special letter

-to help us today.

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-"Huge alphabet, do you know,

-which letter is it?

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-"H"

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-The letter "H" will help us today.

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-Will you help us too?

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-Great! Let's head to the snow!

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-# Let's go on an adventure,

-off we go

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-# An adventure in Cyw's world

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-# An adventure in Cyw's world

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-PLANE HORN

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-# Someone is in trouble now

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-# Little trouble or big trouble?

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-# There's a clue in the magic letter

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-# What's wrong? What in the world?

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-# We'll find out soon enough

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-# We're here to help,

-that's the truth

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-# We'll be there soon,

-everything will be clear

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-# Come with us #

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-"H"

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-Brrr, it's cold.

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-It's windy too.

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-We've come all the way

-to the North Pole.

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-We're looking for Jangl's hat,

-handkerchief and socks.

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-I can't see her or Cyw anywhere.

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-SLEIGH BELLS

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-Here they are.

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-Better late than never.

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-If we're going to find things,

-we need to find the clues.

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-Do we have any clues?

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-Umm, no.

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-The wind! That's the first clue.

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-The wind blew the hat, handkerchief

-and sock through the window.

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-It's a good clue.

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-What's the second clue, I wonder.

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-I can only see snow.

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-And more snow!

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-Whoopsydaisies.

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-Oh, Arthur, it's you.

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-How are you? You haven't seen a hat,

-handkerchief, have you?

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-What colour are they, Jangl?

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-Pink?

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-Yellow?

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-Blue?

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-Red?

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-OK. Red.

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-Thanks, Arthur.

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-The red hat, handkerchief

-and sock are the second clue.

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-They flew that way.

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-Follow me!

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-Well done, Cyw. We've found

-the hat and handkerchief.

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-Where's the sock?

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-Oh, no.

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-They're flying away.

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-After them!

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-The hat and handkerchief flying away

-is the third clue.

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-"H"

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-The magic handkerchief trick!

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-Ta-da!

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-"H"

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-"H"

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-Sorry, lads,

-there's no sign of them.

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-Jangl is very cold.

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-We need to find the hat,

-handkerchief and sock quickly.

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-Yes, before she gets a cold.

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-Yes, before she gets a cold.

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-Let's look at the clues again.

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-The first clue is the wind blowing

-everything through the window.

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-The second clue is the

-red hat, handkerchief and sock.

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-The third clue is the hat and

-handkerchief flying in the wind.

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-To where did they fly?

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-There's something red over there.

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-"H"

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-# H for "hosan" - sock, H for hat

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-# H for hello, you

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-# H for handkerchief,

-H for "haul" - sun

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-# H for "hwyl a sbri" - fun #

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-"H"

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-Hello.

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-Hello, you two.

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-You look very smart.

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-That's Jangl's hat.

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-That's the handkerchief.

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-If the wind blew the hat

-and handkerchief this far...

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-..it might have blown

-the sock here too.

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-Did you hear that?

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-I think there's another little

-penguin here.

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-Hello!

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-Are you sure it's your sock?

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-Hooray! We've found Jangl's hat,

-handkerchief and sock.

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-Great work, everyone.

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-Well done us!

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-Whoopsydaisies.

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-We're drying clothes.

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-"Hosan" - sock.

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-Does hosan start with a "H"?

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-Yes.

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-"Crys-T" - T-shirt.

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-"Crys-T" - T-shirt.

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-Does "Crys-T" start with a "H"?

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-No.

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-"Scarf" - a scarf.

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-"Scarf" - a scarf.

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-Does "scarf" start with a "H"?

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-No.

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-"Het" - hat.

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-"Het" - hat.

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-Does "het" start with a "H"?

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-Yes.

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-"Trwsus" - Trousers.

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-Does "trwsus" start with a "H"?

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-No.

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-"Hances" - handkerchief.

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-"Hances" - handkerchief.

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-Does "hances" start with a "H"?

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-Yes.

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-Clothes starting

-with the letter "H".

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-"H"

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-I'm glad we found Jangl's hat,

-handkerchief and sock.

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-Why do the penguins

-want to keep them?

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-It's no wonder

-you want to stay warm.

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-It's very cold in the North Pole.

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-I'm almost frozen.

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-Me too.

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-Does hopping

-help you stay warm, Jim?

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-Well, it did until I landed

-on my behind in the cold snow.

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-Whoopsydaisies.

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-Thanks to you and the letter "H"...

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-..we solved Jangl's

-long sock mystery.

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-And we had a great adventure.

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-Until next time, goodbye!

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-# We went on an adventure,

-yes we did

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-# An adventure to Cyw's world

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-# An adventure to Cyw's world

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-PLANE HORN

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-# There was a little problem

-to solve

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-# Slowly but surely

-it all came clear

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-# Thanks to our letter

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-# There's no problem in the world

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-# You needed our help a little bit

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-# To solve the problem

-and sort things out

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-# Everything's fine

-as we sang our song

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-# Home we go #

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Taith i Begwn y Gogledd ar drywydd het, hances a hosan goll Jangl sy'n wynebu Jen a Jim. Jen and Jim are going on a trip to the North Pole to look for Jangl's hat, handkerchief and sock.