Stori Dda! Pentre Bach


Stori Dda!

Mae Jaci Soch, golygydd papur bro y pentre, yn chwilio am stori dda ar gyfer y dudalen flaen. Jaci Soch, the editor of the local paper, is looking for a good story for the front...


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-Soch, Soch!

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-Well done, Jaci Soch.

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-Another issue of "Papur Ni"

-almost ready to be put to bed.

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-All that's left to do is to write

-a story for the front page.

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-What story should it be?

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-I'd better get started.

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-I'm sure I'll think of something.

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-ELECTRONIC WHIRRING

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-Soch, Soch! What's wrong with this?

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-Well, well!

-This is what I call a great choice.

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-What do you think, Siani Flewog?

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-What do you think, Siani Flewog?

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-I can't believe my nose, Parri.

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-Lots and lots

-of lovely, lovely perfume.

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-You're welcome to try some.

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-I love perfume... expensive perfume!

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-It must be expensive perfume.

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-It must be expensive perfume.

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-Yes, only the best will do for you.

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-Why don't you try some of this?

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-This is really special.

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-My favourite perfume.

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-I adore 'Sianel 4'.

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-You have great taste, Siani Flewog.

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-Take your time and let me know

-if you need some help.

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-Thank you, Jini.

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-I'll try

-a little bit more of this...

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-..and a little squirt of this

-before I make up my mind.

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-Hello! Is there anybody here?

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-Come in, Jac y Jwc.

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-Come in. Soch, Soch!

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-ELECTRONIC WHIRRING

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-ELECTRONIC WHIRRING

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-Good morning, Jaci Soch.

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-How are you today?

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-Sit down for a minute, Jac y Jwc.

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-No, not there, Jac y Jwc!

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-Ooh!

-The latest edition of 'Papur Ni'!

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-Are there any jokes in it?

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-No, Jac y Jwc. It isn't ready yet.

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-It's almost ready to be put to bed.

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-Ready to be put to bed?!

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-It isn't bedtime, Jaci Soch!

-It's still morning.

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-It's just a saying, Jac y Jwc.

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-Soch, Soch!

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-Oh! I see.

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-Ooh! Jaci Soch?

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-There's something wrong.

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-There's something wrong.

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-What is it? A mistake?

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-I can't see anything.

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-I can't see anything.

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-Exactly!

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-I can't see anything, either.

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-I can't see anything, either.

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-It's supposed to be blank, Jac!

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-I haven't written

-the front page story yet.

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-Oh! I see.

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-What will the front page story be,

-Jaci Soch?

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-I don't know, Jac y Jwc.

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-I need an interesting story

-for the front page.

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-A story everyone will want to read.

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-You don't happen to know of

-an interesting story, do you?

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-Has something interesting

-happened in the village recently?

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-Well, well!

-Things are much neater in here.

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-It's neat and tidy.

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-What's that strange smell?

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-Oh, Siani Flewog, it's you!

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-Oh, Siani Flewog, it's you!

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-Hello, Jemeima Mop.

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-Come here and look at

-all the perfumes they sell here.

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-I'll be there in a minute,

-Siani Flewog.

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-Magnificent mops! This is amazing!

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-She's delighted.

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-Ooh! I know!

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-Wishgit, Jemeima Mop's cat,

-has caught a cold.

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-No, Jac y Jwc.

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-A story about a cat catching a cold

-isn't front page news.

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-It's not good enough for 'Papur Ni'.

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-Tomos Caradog

-has bought a new computer.

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-It's a really good computer, too.

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-Tomos Caradog

-knows exactly how to use it.

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-He told me he came here

-to help you last week.

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-You had a problem

-with your computer.

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-No, no! That isn't front page news.

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-How about a joke?

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-Where do the three little pigs live?

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-I don't know.

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-Where do the three little pigs live?

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-They live in Abersoch-soch-soch!

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-Soch, Soch!

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-That was a funny joke!

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-I need a story for the front page,

-not a joke.

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-Oh, alright.

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-I'll be off.

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-I'm going to see

-how things are progressing...

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-..at Siop Parri Popeth.

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-That's front page news!

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-If you say so, Jac y Jwc.

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-I

-do

-say so!

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-Why?

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-Jini, Sali Mali's sister, is helping

-Parri Popeth get the shop in order.

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-That's news to me.

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-I think I'll go for a wander

-around the village.

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-I may find a story

-when I talk to someone else.

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-I have a good nose for a story.

-Soch, Soch!

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-If you say so, Jaci Soch.

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-Oh!

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-Wowee!

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-Computer games, videos, DVDs

-and magazines.

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-Whee!

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-Well, well!

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-The shop looks great.

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-Look at that bread!

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-May I have that loaf please, Parri?

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-Two Roli Poli puddings?

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-They look wonderful!

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-I'll take one of those, please.

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-You'd better keep the other one

-for Jac y Jwc.

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-It's his favourite.

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-It's his favourite.

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-His favourite? I see.

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-Whee! Whee!

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-Bye!

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-Whee!

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-Whee!

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-Somebody's very happy this morning.

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-Hello, Tomos Caradog.

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-Look, Jac y Jwc! Look, Jaci Soch!

-I bought this from Jini.

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-She works in Siop Parri Popeth.

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-It's fantastic. Whee!

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-Soch, Soch!

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-Something has made Tomos Caradog

-a happy mouse this morning.

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-# A loaf comes from flour.

-Flour comes from a mill.

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-# A field of golden wheat

-lies over the hill. #

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-You seem happy today, Sali Mali.

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-You seem happy today, Sali Mali.

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-I

-am

-happy, Jaci Soch.

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-Take a look at this, Jac y Jwc.

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-The best Roli Poli pudding

-you've ever seen.

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-Jini made it.

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-Jini makes the best

-Roli Poli puddings in the world.

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-Look!

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-Ooh! Poli Roli pudding?

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-Jini made it?

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-Jini, again?

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-Soch, Soch!

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-There's a story here.

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-Sali Mali! Wait a minute.

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-The headline will read,

-"Another happy customer".

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-Come on, Jac! I must meet Jini.

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-Great things are afoot

-at Siop Parri Popeth.

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-I told you so!

-I have a hose for a good story.

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-Look at all these mops!

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-Jini sold them to me.

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-Jini, yet again? Soch, Soch!

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-I must have a word with this Jini.

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-Don't move for a minute,

-Jemeima Mop.

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-I must be off. I want to see

-how well these mops mop.

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-Yes, of course, Jemeima Mop.

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-Good morning, Jac y Jwc.

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-Another satisfied customer.

-Hello, Siani Flewog.

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-Stand still!

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-Perfect! Thank you, Siani Flewog.

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-Perfect! Thank you, Siani Flewog.

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-You're welcome, Jaci Soch.

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-I'd do anything to help

-the editor of our local newspaper.

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-Come on, Jac!

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-Where's Jini?

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-Parri! Wake up!

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-Where's Jini?

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-Here I am.

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-Poor Parri is exhausted.

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-We've been busy this morning.

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-Hello, Jini.

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-Hello, Jini.

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-Hello, Jac y Jwc.

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-Soch, Soch! You're the famous Jini.

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-Everyone's talking about you

-in the village.

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-I am Jaci Soch.

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-I am the editor

-of the local newspaper.

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-It's called "Papur Ni".

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-Oh!

-I wanted to have a word with you.

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-Soch, Soch!

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-I'm sure we can sell more copies

-of "Papur Ni" in the shop.

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-I want to double the order,

-starting immediately.

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-Soch, Soch!

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-No problem.

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-I'll take some more photos

-for the paper...

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-..and then, I'll head back

-to my office to write the story.

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-Where could

-the Poli Roli puddings be?

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-Are you looking

-for something in particular, Jac?

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-No, not really, Jini.

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-Well...

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-..do you happen to have

-any Poli Roil pudding?

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-Have you sold out?

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-Poli Roli pudding?

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-No, I'm sorry, we've sold out

-of Poli Roli pudding.

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-Oh. Never mind.

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-Not to worry, Jini.

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-I do have

-some Roli Poli pudding, Jac!

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-It's lucky I put one aside for you.

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-I hear it's your favourite,

-Jac y Jwc.

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-Thank you, Jini.

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-Thank you very much.

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Mae Jaci Soch, golygydd papur bro y pentre, yn chwilio am stori dda ar gyfer y dudalen flaen. Jaci Soch, the editor of the local paper, is looking for a good story for the front page.


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