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Mae Sali Mali'n penderfynu bod rhaid twtio'r ty, gan argymell Jac y Do i wneud hynny hefyd. Sali Mali decides that a spot of spring cleaning is necessary and that Jac Do should ...


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-I've started the tidying-up process.

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-I've already

-collected a bag of rubbish.

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-SNORING

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-Jac Do is still asleep.

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-It's high time he got up.

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-He can get tidying up, too.

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-Jac Do?

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-Jac Do?

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-Get up, Jac Do!

-It's a lovely morning.

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-Good morning, Jac Do.

-It's time to get up.

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-We have a busy day ahead of us.

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-Croak?

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-I want to give the whole place

-a good tidy-up.

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-That includes your tree house.

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-It's all part of

-the wedding preparations.

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-Croak.

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-I need your help.

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-Croak?

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-Come on!

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-Let's have breakfast, out here.

-It's a lovely morning.

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-Croak! Croak!

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-What a beautiful morning.

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-Where's Jac Do?

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-Jac Do? Are you up yet?

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-Jac Do!

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-Behave yourself!

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-Look at this lovely breakfast.

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-Toast and Welsh butter...

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-..topped with Palu's special honey.

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-We'll have breakfast,

-then we'll get to work and tidy up.

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-Croak.

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-Alright.

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-I don't need this any more.

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-I don't need this, either.

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-It's a shame, mind you.

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-Never mind.

-I must give the house a tidy-up.

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-We want everywhere to look

-neat and tidy for the wedding.

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-I'll clear away the dishes...

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-..and you can start

-to give your tree house a tidy-up.

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-Alright?

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-Have you

-started to tidy up yet, Jac?

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-Where did he go?

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-Jacaraca! I'd forgotten I had these.

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-It's a shame there's no room

-for them in my house any more.

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-Never mind.

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-Sali Mali has told me...

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-..I really must have a good tidy-up

-before the wedding.

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-Sali Mali's word is my command.

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-Croak!

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-Croak!

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-Jacaraca!

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-Jac Do! You startled me.

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-I'm having a good clearout,

-before the wedding.

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-There wasn't room to swing a cat

-in my house.

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-I must make room for Jini,

-as you know.

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-Croak!

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-Oh! Some of my old toys.

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-Never mind. They've got to go.

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-Croak!

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-Help yourself,

-if you want some of them, Jac Do.

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-Have a look

-and take whatever you want.

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-It's a shame to throw them away.

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-I'd better get on with my work.

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-I'm pleased you want them, Jac Do.

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-Jac Do?

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-He's still missing.

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-I think

-I'd better go and look for him.

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-We'll never get the tidying-up done,

-at this rate.

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-Jac Do?

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-Where are you?

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-Jac Do?

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-These must go, too.

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-Oh! It really is a shame.

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-Croak!

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-Croak!

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-Oh, Jac Do!

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-You gave me a terrible fright.

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-What are you doing?

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-What are you doing?

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-Croak?

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-I'm tidying up

-and I must get rid of a few things.

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-It's such a shame.

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-You can have them, if you like.

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-You can have them, if you like.

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-Croak?

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-To be honest,

-I'd be delighted if you took them.

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-It's such a shame

-to see good toys go to waste.

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-Croak.

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-Croak.

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-Croak.

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-You're welcome, Jac. (SHE SNEEZES)

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-Someone else is having a tidy-up.

-Fair play to him.

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-Jac? Jac y Jwc?

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-Hello?

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-Hello?

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-Hello.

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-How are you, Sali Mali?

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-How are you, Sali Mali?

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-I'm fine, thank you, Jac.

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-I'm looking for Jac Do.

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-Have you seen him?

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-Have you seen him?

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-Yes. He was here a little while ago.

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-He was chuffed to bits.

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-I'm cleaning and tidying the house.

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-I'm getting ready for Jini.

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-Well done, Jac. The wedding

-is just around the corner now.

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-Yes and I want the house

-to be neat and tiny for Jini.

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-Neat and tidy, Jac.

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-Neat and tidy, Jac.

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-Yes - that, too.

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-I got up early to start tidying up.

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-That's why I'm looking for Jac Do.

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-He's meant to be

-tidying his tree house and his toys.

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-Speaking of toys,

-he kept lots of my old toys.

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-I'm delighted.

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-I'm delighted.

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-He took your toys?

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-He already has plenty of toys.

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-I'd better go. See you, Jac.

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-See you.

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-Oh, this dust is making me sneeze.

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-Hello, Dwmplen Malwoden.

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-You're busy tidying up, I see.

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-Have you seen Jac Do, Dwmplen?

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-Wait a minute.

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-Have I seen Jac Do?

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-Yes, I've seen him.

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-He was here earlier.

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-I gave him lots of my old toys.

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-Old toys?

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-Oh, Jac Do!

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-He can have some more, too.

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-He's back, I see.

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-I hope Jac Do has returned

-and is busy, tidying his tree house.

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-Croak!

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-Yes, I'm sure he's doing just that.

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-Oh! Someone else is busy tidying up.

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-Good morning, Pry Bach Tew.

-What a beautiful morning.

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-You're tidying up, too, I see.

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-For the wedding? Yes, of course.

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-We want the place

-to look neat and tidy.

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-I saw Jac y Jwc earlier

-and he's having a big tidy-up, too.

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-Dwmplen Malwoden

-is also busy having a clearout.

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-It's important

-we all prepare for the wedding.

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-I'd better go. See you.

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-Jac Do?

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-Are you ready

-to start tidying your tree house?

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-Croak.

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-Don't worry. I'll help you.

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-It won't take long.

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-What have you got up there?

-I'll fetch the stepladder.

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-Here it is.

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-Jac Do! What's all this?

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-Are these Jac y Jwc

-and Dwmplen Malwoden's old toys?

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-Hello, you two.

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-I thought Jac Do

-might want these, too.

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-What are you doing, Sali Mali?

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-I think I'd better come down.

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-I have some more old toys,

-for Jac Do.

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-Croak!

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-Thank you. That's very kind of you,

-Jac and Dwmplen.

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-The truth is, Jac Do already has

-a houseful of toys.

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-There isn't even room for him

-in there!

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-Oh, dear!

-What shall we do with these toys?

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-Yes. What shall we do with them?

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-It would be a shame

-to throw them away.

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-Oh! Look at the cute bunny.

-This teddy is sweet, too.

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-Lots of children

-would love to own them.

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-I've got it!

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-Children could enjoy

-playing with your toys...

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-..if you gave them

-to the nursery group.

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-Croak?

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-It's a way of recycling toys,

-Jac Do.

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-We'll take Jac y Jwc and Dwmplen's

-old toys...

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-..and give them

-to the nursery group, in town.

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-Brilliant!

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-Brilliant!

-

-Yes, what a great idea.

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-Recycling toys.

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-It will also mean you can

-get into your tree house, Jac Do.

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-Let's get going, Jac.

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-It's time to recycle these toys.

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-Dwmplen, why does a teddy bear

-have a fur coat?

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-I don't know, Jac. I've never

-given the matter much thought.

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-Well, because he'd look silly

-in a raincoat.

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-He'd look silly in a raincoat!

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-A fur coat, rather than a raincoat!

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-Oh, I get it!

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Mae Sali Mali'n penderfynu bod rhaid twtio'r ty, gan argymell Jac y Do i wneud hynny hefyd. Sali Mali decides that a spot of spring cleaning is necessary and that Jac Do should do the same.