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-ELECTRONIC WHIRRING

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-What's wrong with it, Tomos Caradog?

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-What's wrong with it, Tomos Caradog?

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-I don't know, Jaci Soch.

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-I've done my best but nothing works.

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-LOUD BANG

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-What was that?

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-What was that?

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-I think it's broken for good,

-Jaci Soch.

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-Soch, Soch!

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-It's finished.

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-It's ruined.

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-Yes.

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-What will you do now?

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-What will you do now?

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-What shall I do?

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-Soch, Soch!

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-I have no idea, Tomos Caradog.

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-New computers are very expensive.

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-That's the end of 'Papur Ni',

-our local newspaper.

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-This is serious, Tomos Caradog.

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-I must phone Siani Flewog.

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-We must have

-an emergency committee meeting.

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-Hello, Siani Flewog.

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-Yes, yes, yes, yes.

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-We have a problem.

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-How are you, Jaci Soch?

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-How are you, Jaci Soch?

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-I've been better, Pry Bach Tew.

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-What's wrong, Jaci Soch?

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-What's wrong, Jaci Soch?

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-Read the poster, Pry Bach Tew!

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-What on earth's the matter?

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-"Papur Ni Committee.

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-"Emergency Meeting!

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-"Village Hall, 1 o'clock today.

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-"Everyone to attend, please".

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-This sounds very, very serious

-to me.

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-Do you fancy a cup of tea,

-Pry Bach Tew?

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-An emergency meeting,

-Sioni Bric-a-moni!

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-Hello, Jaci Soch.

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-Hello, Jaci Soch.

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-Soch, Soch!

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-Soch, Soch!

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-It must be really serious.

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-What's wrong with Jaci Soch?

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-He seemed very upset.

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-Read this, Dwmplen.

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-Things don't look good.

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-"Papur Ni Committee.

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-"Emergency Meeting."

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-What's wrong?

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-Come here, Sali Mali.

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-Read this.

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-"Emergency Meeting.

-Everyone to attend"?

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-It must be very serious, Sali Mali.

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-Silence, please!

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-Tut-tut, Jac y Jwc!

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-Tut-tut, Jac y Jwc!

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-We're sorry.

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-Soch, Soch!

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-When you're all ready.

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-Thank you for coming here today.

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-'Papur Ni', our local newspaper,

-is in crisis, my friends.

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-Yes, indeed.

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-If we don't act, we shall never see

-another edition of 'Papur Ni'.

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-We have reached crisis point because

-the 'Papur Ni' computer blew up.

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-Can't you repair it?

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-Parri Popeth must sell something

-that we could use.

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-No, Jac. If it blew up,

-you can't repair it.

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-Soch, Soch!

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-Why don't you buy a new computer?

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-Good thinking, Pili Pala.

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-How much money do we have,

-Siani Flewog?

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-It's bad news, I'm afraid.

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-We don't have any money at all.

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-Not a penny.

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-Let's organise a fund-raising event

-to raise money to buy a computer.

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-Soch, Soch!

-Good thinking, Sali Mali.

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-I think we should have a concert.

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-I'll sing for you.

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-# Two little dogs go to the woods

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-# Wearing a new shoe on each foot #

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-It takes time to organise

-a concert, Dwmplen Malwoden.

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-Oh! Yes, of course.

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-What shall we do?

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-Why don't we organise a sports day?

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-We can also have lots of stalls

-and sell various things.

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-Parri and I

-can organise a sweet stall.

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-We could also sell ice cream

-on our stall.

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-I'll sell knitwear on my stall.

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-I'll have a flower stall.

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-Coblyn can have a vegetable stall.

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-Palu,

-you can sell pots of your honey.

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-Yes, you're right.

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-Soch, Soch!

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-What a wonderful idea.

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-I want everyone

-to come to the front...

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-..and tell Siani Flewog

-what you plan to sell.

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-One at a time, please.

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-Would you like to hear

-a really funny joke, Siani Flewog?

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-Yes, of course, Jac y Jwc.

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-Why did the spider

-crawl into the computer?

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-I don't know, Jac. Why did the

-spider crawl into the computer?

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-He wanted to build his own website.

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-Hello, Bili Bom Bom.

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-Call over, for a cup of tea.

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-Well done, Sali Mali.

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-Who's responsible for

-this flower stall?

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-Dwmplen Malwoden!

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-Here I am.

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-You've been busy.

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-Yes, I've knitted

-a basketful of things.

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-What's going on here, Bili Bom Bom?

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-What's going on here, Bili Bom Bom?

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-Well, this is my rocket.

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-This is wonderful, Siani Flewog.

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-Truly wonderful.

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-May I extend a warm welcome

-to you all - ladies and gentlemen.

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-And dolls!

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-We all know why we're here today.

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-This is a special event

-to raise money...

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-..to buy a new computer,

-to secure the future of 'Papur Ni'.

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-Despite

-Tomos Caradog's best efforts...

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-..our faithful computer blew up.

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-It went up in smoke.

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-As you all know, 'Papur Ni'

-has a long history.

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-I'd like to start

-at the very beginning.

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-And that's the history

-of 'Papur Ni'.

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-There's nothing more for me to say

-than to hope you have a good day.

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-Jac y Jwc is in charge

-of the sports events...

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-..and so, I'll leave you in the

-very capable hands of Jac y Jwc.

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-The first event

-is the Three-pegged Race.

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-The Three-legged Race, Uncle Jac!

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-The Three-legged Race, Uncle Jac!

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-Ooh! Ooh!

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-Ooh! Ooh!

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-Stop pulling my leg, Nicw Nacw!

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-Oh, I see!

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-The Three-legged Race.

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-Don't forget to put money

-in Nicw Nacw's bucket.

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-Give Tomos Caradog and Nicw Nacw

-a big cheer.

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-That was the final event

-of the sports day.

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-Are you alright, Jac?

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-Yes, I think so.

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-Come and have a glass of water.

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-Oh, I hope we raised enough money

-to buy that computer.

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-I've run so much today,

-my feet are sore.

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-Dear friends,

-there's nothing left to do...

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-..other than thank you all

-for contributing to the fun.

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-I'm delighted to say we raised

-enough money to buy a new computer.

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-The future of 'Papur Ni' is bright,

-once again.

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-I must thank one person,

-in particular, for his contribution.

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-That person is, of course,

-Jac y Jwc.

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-Jac worked very hard all afternoon.

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-Step up here please, Jac y Jwc.

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-Jac?

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-Jac y Jwc, where are you?

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-Jac?

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-Jac, where are you?

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-Poor Jac. He's exhausted.

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-Soch, Soch!

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-Poor Jac. He's broken down,

-like our old computer!

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Mae cyfrifiadur 'Papur Ni' wedi chwythu'i blwc ac nid oes dim ar ôl yn y banc i brynu cyfrifiadur newydd. Sali Mali comes up with an idea to save the local paper from closing down.


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