Dal Annwyd Pentre Bach


Dal Annwyd

Mae Jac y Jwc ar ei ffordd i bysgota, ac mae Jini wedi gaddo dod gydag ef yn gwmni. Jac y Jwc is going fishing, and Jini has promised to accompany him. Can Daf Dafad go too?


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-I'd better lock the door.

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-Where's my key?

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-Here it is.

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-I'd better put this in my pocket.

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-I mustn't lose it.

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-Hello, you two.

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-Hello, you two.

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-Are you going fishing, Jac y Jwc?

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-Hello, you two.

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-Are you going fishing, Jac y Jwc?

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-Yes, that's right.

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-Jini's coming with me...

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-..and then, she's coming back here

-to have her tea.

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-May I come fishing with you,

-Jac y Jwc?

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-No, not today, Daf.

-Jac is going with Jini.

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-Some other time, Daf.

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-Cheerio.

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-Goodbye.

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-Be careful, Jac y Jwc.

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-I'm sorry, Mrs Migl Magl.

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-No problem.

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-Cheerio.

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-Oh, I have an idea, Daf!

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-We'll need a little bit of this...

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-..then we'll cut it here, you see.

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-This is a good spot.

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-Are you happy with it?

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-Are you happy with it?

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-Yes.

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-It's fine, Jac.

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-Let me help you, Jac.

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-Let me help you, Jac.

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-Thank you.

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-I'll take my fishing basket

-over there.

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-What's in the picnic basket, Jini?

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-Well, Jac.

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-One for you...

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-..and one for me.

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-Two packets of crisps.

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-Yes - one for you and one for me.

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-Ooh! Poly-roly pudding!

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-No - roly-poly pudding, Jac!

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-That, too.

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-What else do we need, Mrs Migl Magl?

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-The paper fish are ready.

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-The magnet

-is tied to the fishing line.

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-You're ready to go fishing.

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-Oh, great!

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-Look, Mrs Migl Magl!

-I've caught a fish.

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-Well done, Daf.

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-I'll try to catch

-the big, pink fish.

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-I can't catch it.

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-I'll have another go, Mrs Migl Magl.

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-I'll have another go, Mrs Migl Magl.

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-Yes, Daf.

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-No luck.

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-What's wrong with it, Mrs Migl Magl?

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-Take a look

-at the one you've just caught.

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-There's a metal clip in its mouth.

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-The metal clip sticks to the magnet.

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-The metal clip sticks to the magnet.

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-Yes.

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-There is no metal clip

-on the pink fish.

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-That's right, Mrs Migl Magl.

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-You need metal to play this game.

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-This magnet won't stick to paper.

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-It won't stick to a ball of wool,

-either.

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-However,

-it will stick to a metal clip.

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-Oh, Mrs Migl Magl!

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-I've caught a fish!

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-This is lovely, Jac.

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-Yes, Jini.

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-I think something tugged my line.

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-Oh, Jac! Have you caught a fish?

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-Better luck next time, Jac.

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-Who's throw something like this

-in the river?

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-Jacaraca!

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-The line is stuck in the tree.

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-Be careful, Jac.

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-Wait!

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-I'll come and help you.

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-I'll release it, in a jiffy.

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-There we are!

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-What was that, Jac?

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-What was that, Jac?

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-My key.

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-Key?

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-Yes - my front door key.

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-Yes - my front door key.

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-Oh!

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-What will you do now, Jac?

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-I'll try to catch it in your net.

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-Will you go and fetch it?

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-Yes. Good thinking.

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-What about this piece of wood?

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-No.

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-What about this stone?

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-No.

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-Oh! I caught something.

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-Money!

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-Things are looking up.

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-Coins are made of metal, of course.

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-What else is made of metal?

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-Don't worry! I'll have another go.

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-Don't worry! I'll have another go.

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-Who said that?

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-Be careful, Jac.

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-I can hear

-Jac y Jwc and Jini's voices.

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-Jacaraca!

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-Your shoes are full of water, Jac.

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-Hello!

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-Hello!

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-Hello, Daf.

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-Jac's house key fell in the water

-and we can't reach it.

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-A key?

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-Is it made of metal?

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-Is it made of metal?

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-Yes.

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-I may be able to help.

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-How could you help, Daf Dafad?

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-I've already tried everything.

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-I have a special fishing rod.

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-I'll try it from here.

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-No - the string's too short.

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-I'll go and fetch some more wool

-from Mrs Migl Magl.

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-I won't be long.

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-Well done, Daf!

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-Would you like to hear a joke, Jini?

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-Would you like to hear a joke, Jini?

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-Yes, please, Jac.

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-Where do fish sleep?

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-I don't know, Jac.

-You'll have to tell me.

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-Where do fish sleep?

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-Where do fish sleep?

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-On the riverbed.

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-Get it? The river-bed!

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-Oh, Jac y Jwc!

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-Mrs Migl Magl!

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-Mrs Migl Magl!

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-What's wrong, Daf?

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-More wool!

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-More wool!

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-What?

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-I need some more wool

-for the fishing line, Mrs Migl Magl.

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-Oh! Here you are.

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-Let me see.

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-Thank you, Mrs Migl Magl.

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-I'm back!

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-I'll have another go, from here.

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-He has a magnet, Jac.

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-Good thinking, Daf!

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-Hooray!

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-Well done, Daf Dafad!

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-Oh, you're back!

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-Did you catch a fish, Jac?

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-No.

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-HE SNEEZES

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-No but he

-did

-catch a cold!

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-Come on, Jac,

-before your cold gets worse.

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-I'd love a cup of tea,

-to warm myself up.

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-Yes and I think you should

-invite Daf over for a cup of tea...

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-..to thank him for his help.

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-Thank you.

-Can Mrs Migl Magl come, too?

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-I couldn't have done it,

-without her wool.

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-Tea? Oh, that's very kind of you.

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-I was

-about to make a cup for myself.

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-HE SNEEZES

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-Wear this scarf, Jac y Jwc.

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-It will keep your neck warm.

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-Come in, everyone.

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-Hurry up, Daf.

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-In you come, Daf Dafad.

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Mae Jac y Jwc ar ei ffordd i bysgota, ac mae Jini wedi gaddo dod gydag ef yn gwmni. Jac y Jwc is going fishing, and Jini has promised to accompany him. Can Daf Dafad go too?