Y Neidr For Anferthol Oli Dan y Don


Y Neidr For Anferthol

Mae 'na gwrel gwerthfawr o dan y môr ond mae Oli a'i beiriant tyrbo yn ei dorri. There is valuable coral under the sea but Oli and his turbo machine break it.


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-# There's plenty of adventure

-in the sea

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-# Oli and Beth, friends are we

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-# Playing in the sea,

-lessons one, two and three

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-# Swimming around,

-fun for you and me

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-# Oli Dan y Don

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-# Oli Dan y Don

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-# Searching in the sea,

-it's so exciting as you can see

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-# Under the sea, under the sea #

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-The Giant Sea-Snake

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-Wow, this is cool.

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-Would you like a race, Beth?

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-I won't use my turbo.

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-No, thanks, I'm looking

-at this coral. It's so pret...

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-Argh!

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-Dear me! Are you two alright?

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-My engine almost stopped.

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-Don't worry, we're OK.

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-I'm sure you are.

-What about the coral reef?

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-You almost knocked it over.

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-Sorry.

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-It's only a pile of stones.

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-It's only a pile of stones.

-

-That pile of stones...

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-..are the remains of little animals.

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-..are the remains of little animals.

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-Really? Cool.

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-It looks like a hard rock

-but it's very fragile.

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-I'm sorry.

-I promise to be more careful.

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-OK then.

-I have a special job for you two.

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-Clean the reef.

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-Collecting rubbish?

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-I hate collecting rubbish.

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-Me, too, but someone has to do it.

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-Beth, Oli.

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-We're ready for our next task, Dyf.

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-You're working very hard.

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-I want one of you

-to check the new gauges.

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-I'm the one. With my new turbo,

-no-one's faster than me.

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-I want to go very fast.

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-Are you sure you're OK

-with that turbo?

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-I'm fine. I'm a quick learner.

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-D'you see? A quick learner.

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-OK, Oli, the job is yours.

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-The job's mine. The job's mi...

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-It's not fair. I have to collect

-all the rubbish on my own.

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-Someone has to do it.

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-Yippee!

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-Yahoo! We-hey!

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-Ah-hah, he-hey!

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-Whoaaaah-hah!

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-Oh, no, what have I done?

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-I broke the coral.

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-Everything will be OK. Don't worry.

-I didn't mean to hurt you.

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-I'll put you back together.

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-No worries.

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-There you go. Like new.

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-I'll go and check the gauges

-for Dyf.

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-Hiya, Beth, want some help?

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-Thank you, sir.

-Very glad to have your help.

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-I'm sorry for leaving you

-to do the hard work.

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-Oli, are you alright?

-You're being very kind to me.

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-Well, uh, I had an accident.

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-Accident? Are you OK?

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-Yes, I'm OK,

-but I collided with some coral.

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-I broke it.

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-Oh, no. Have you told Wena?

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-No.

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-No.

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-Oli, you must report it.

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-I know I should report it.

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-I know I should report it.

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-Wena's bound to find out.

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-Report what?

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-Report what?

-

-Sid!

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-Report to who?

-What do you want to say?

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-Tell the truth

-or I'll split you in two.

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-Boo!

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-Come on, boys, tell me,

-what's happened?

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-Whoa!

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-What's that?

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-I don't know, but it's big.

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-It's huge.

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-It's a sea-snake.

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-A sea-snake? Let's get out of here!

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-It'll eat you alive.

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-Oli, what do you think it is?

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-I think it's a boat, Beth.

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-I've never seen one

-moving like that.

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-Beth, Oli, meet me at Coral No.2.

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-Dear me, this has really upset me.

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-Look at these coral pieces.

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-Do you know what happened?

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-Uh, well... yes. I know.

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-That sea-snake broke it.

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-A sea-snake?

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-I saw it. We all saw it.

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-It was huge, wasn't it?

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-Yes, we saw something.

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-It was frighteningly big.

-The sea-snake broke the coral.

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-It wasn't the sea-snake.

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-It wasn't the sea-snake.

-

-I'm telling you. A giant sea-snake.

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-Slow down, Sid. There's no

-such thing as a giant sea-snake.

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-This was done

-by something or someone else.

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-When I find out

-who made this mess...

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-..I'll sort them out, I promise you.

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-You should have told her.

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-I tried my best but Sid was talking

-about the giant sea-snake.

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-I couldn't tell her after that.

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-If she finds out, she'll never

-forgive me and I'll be sent home.

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-If there was a giant sea-snake,

-everything would be easier.

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-I wouldn't be thrown out.

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-I wouldn't be thrown out.

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-They don't believe in sea-snakes.

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-They'd have to see it to believe it.

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-Beth, you're so amazing.

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-Am I?

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-If Wena wants to see it,

-that's what needs to happen.

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-Come on.

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-Beth, those little fish

-were scared of us.

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-Of course they were.

-We're a sea-snake.

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-Pah!

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-Ow!

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-BEEPING

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-Don't answer it.

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-Beth, are you there?

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-Oli?

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-Oli?

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-We're busy on the seafloor.

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-I want you to return

-to the underwater centre.

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-There's a strange beast in the area

-scaring the fish.

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-Until I identify it,

-I want you all to come inside.

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-End of message.

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-We have to go back.

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-No, we don't.

-I'm going to tell Wena.

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-Then Dyf will send me home.

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-But...

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-But...

-

-I should have been honest

-from the start.

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-Off we go.

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-Argh! The beast!

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-Beth, I'll attract its attention

-and you can escape.

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-Do it.

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-Yoo-hoo. Over here.

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-Can't catch me. Can't catch me.

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-Can't catch me.

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-Hurry up.

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-Oli, dive now

-and switch off your engine.

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-Look at this. Fetch!

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-Hooray! Are you OK, Oli?

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-Hooray! Are you OK, Oli?

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-Are you hurt?

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-I'm fine. Really. I'm OK.

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-What about the beast?

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-There's no such thing

-as a giant sea-snake.

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-That's a whale shark

-and it won't harm anyone.

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-They're usually found

-in warmer waters.

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-Look at him swimming happily

-in the warm bubbles.

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-He followed you because the turbo

-heated the water around you.

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-Amazing.

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-Wena, d'you know that new turbo?

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-I think I need some more lessons.

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-What do you mean?

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-Well...

-I was going too fast this morning.

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-I didn't see the coral reef in time.

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-And, uh...

-I collided with the coral.

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-You did it?

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-I thought so.

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-I wanted to see how long

-it would take for you to confess.

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-I'm sorry, I really am sorry.

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-If you send me home,

-I'll understand.

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-Yes, well, you deserve

-to be sent home, doesn't he, Dyf?

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-You're right.

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-Mind you, Oli was very brave today.

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-He didn't know the shark

-was harmless.

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-He risked his life to save Beth...

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-..but for shame on you

-for breaking the coral.

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-I'm sure you'll be

-more careful from now on.

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-I promise.

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-I promise.

-

-Right now, go as fast as you can...

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-..to create some warm bubbles to

-lead the shark back to warmer water.

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-OK, sir. Off I go.

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-D'you know what?

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-Oli will be a great underwater

-research submarine one day.

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Mae 'na gwrel gwerthfawr o dan y môr ond mae Oli a'i beiriant tyrbo yn ei dorri. There is valuable coral under the sea but Oli and his turbo machine break it.