Be sy'n bod ar Jini? Pentre Bach


Be sy'n bod ar Jini?

Nid yw Jini yn teimlo'n dda. Beth sydd yn bod tybed? Jini isn't feeling very well. I wonder what's wrong with her?


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-Jacaraca! Where's Jini?

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-It's nearly time to leave the house

-to go to the shop...

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-..but she hasn't

-eaten her breakfast yet.

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-Jini! Where are you?

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-Your toast's getting cold.

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-Your toast's getting cold.

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-I'm coming, Jac!

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-I was looking for a different skirt.

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-I was looking for a different skirt.

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-A different skirt?

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-What's wrong with this skirt?

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-It isn't very comfortable, Jac.

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-Here's your toast.

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-No, thank you, Jac.

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-I don't want any breakfast

-this morning, for some reason.

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-You should eat breakfast, Jini.

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-It's the most important meal

-of the day.

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-Yes, you're right, as usual, Jac!

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-Yes. I came over all dizzy.

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-I'll be fine in a minute.

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-I rushed around a bit this morning.

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-Thank you, Jac.

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-I feel better already.

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-Have you finished your breakfast?

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-It's time to open the shop.

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-It's time to open the shop.

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-It would be a shame to waste this!

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-It would be a shame to waste this!

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-Oh, Jac y Jwc!

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-You eat enough for two people.

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-Yes but I'm still doing keep fit,

-with Nurse Nia.

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-Are you well enough

-to go to the shop today?

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-Yes, Jac.

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-I'll fetch the roly-poly puddings

-and you head to the shop.

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-Here we are, Jac Do.

-Porridge for breakfast today.

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-Nurse Nia says it's good for us.

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-You're a good boy

-for eating your breakfast.

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-A good breakfast is very important.

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-A good breakfast is very important.

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-Good morning, Sali Mali.

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-Good morning, Sali Mali.

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-What's that wonderful aroma?

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-What's that wonderful aroma?

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-Good morning, Nurse Nia.

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-We're having porridge for breakfast.

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-We're having porridge for breakfast.

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-You can't beat porridge.

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-Good morning, Jac Do. Is it tasty?

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-Good morning, Jac Do. Is it tasty?

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-Croak!

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-You're eating your breakfast,

-like a good boy.

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-Good morning, Jini.

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-Good morning, Jini.

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-Good morning, everyone.

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-I came to collect

-the roly-poly puddings.

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-They're ready for you.

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-I used less sugar than usual,

-as we're trying to stay healthy.

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-Hello, Jac Do.

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-Jini, I'm Nurse Nia.

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-Jini, I'm Nurse Nia.

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-Pleased to meet you, Nurse Nia.

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-Jac's told me a lot about you.

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-Jac's told me a lot about you.

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-You're Jac y Jwc's wife, of course.

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-Jac comes to Keep Fit every week.

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-Jac comes to Keep Fit every week.

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-Yes. He loves your classes.

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-Jini, have some breakfast.

-We're having porridge.

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-No, thank you, Sali.

-I'm not hungry this morning.

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-Are you alright?

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-You're very pale.

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-I'm not sure, Sali.

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-My skirt's too tight, I can't eat

-and I had a dizzy spell earlier.

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-Let me take a look at you, Jini.

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-Let me take a look at you, Jini.

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-No.

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-It won't take a second

-to give you a quick examination.

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-Say, "Ah!"

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-You're as fit as a fiddle, Jini.

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-I think you should go to the surgery

-to see the doctor, just to be sure.

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-I must look after the shop.

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-If I tell Jac I'm going to see

-the doctor, he'll worry even more.

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-Why don't you tell a white lie?

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-Tell him you're going shopping

-with Sali Mali.

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-But the cafe's open...

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-..but I could easily shut the cafe

-for a while, at lunchtime.

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-You can go shopping

-and go to see the doctor.

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-I must go to work.

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-Bye-bye, you two. Ta-ta, Jac Do.

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-I'll come too, Nurse Nia.

-Jac will be worried.

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-I'll see you at lunchtime

-to go to town.

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-Yes, Sali Mali. Don't tell Jac.

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-How do you feel, Jini?

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-How do you feel, Jini?

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-I'm fine, Jac.

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-I'm glad to hear it.

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-Where are the poly-roly puddings?

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-Poly-roly? The roly-poly puddings!

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-I forgot to bring them.

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-I'll go and fetch them.

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-No! You'll do no such thing.

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-Stay here and rest for a while.

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-Stay here and rest for a while.

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-I'm fine, Jac.

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-Are you sure?

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-Are you sure?

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-Yes, Jac.

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-I'm going to town, with Sali Mali,

-this afternoon.

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-An afternoon's shopping

-will do you good, Jini.

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-I'll fetch the poly-roly puddings.

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-I'd better get on with my work,

-if I'm going to town, with Jini.

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-Oh, no! She forgot the puddings!

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-She didn't look well this morning.

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-Jacaraca!

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-Hello, everyone!

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-Hello, everyone!

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-Croak!

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-Jini forgot the poly-roly puddings.

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-Yes, I know.

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-Here they are.

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-Thank you.

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-Did you notice anything about Jini?

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-She didn't feel well this morning.

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-She was fine

-by the time she got here.

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-She's probably tired.

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-She's been through

-a lot of changes recently.

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-Yes, Sali Mali.

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-You're spit on, as usual.

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-You're spit on, as usual.

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-Spot on, Jac.

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-Yes. That, too.

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-That too, Sali Mali.

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-You and Jini are going

-on a shopping trip this afternoon.

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-Yes. Pry Bach Tew will take us

-to town at one o'clock.

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-An afternoon away

-will do Jini a power of good.

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-I'm far happier now.

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-There's no need worry about Jini.

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-There's no need worry about Jini.

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-No, Jac.

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-Don't worry about a thing.

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-How do you feel, Jini?

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-How do you feel, Jini?

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-I'm fine, Sali.

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-Whatever you say, Jini.

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-Will you be alright, Jac Do?

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-Look after the place for me.

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-Let's go!

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-Will these do?

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-In we go, Jini.

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-Jini Jwc, my sister,

-needs to see the doctor.

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-She's Jac y Jwc's wife.

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-I hear you had a lovely wedding.

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-Take a seat.

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-I'm sure

-we won't have to wait for long.

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-Jini Jwc.

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-Jini Jwc.

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-Yes?

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-The doctor is ready to see you.

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-Thank you.

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-Thank you.

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-Don't worry. I'll wait here for you.

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-Anything else?

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Come in.

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-Hello.

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-Hello.

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-Mrs Jwc! Hello. Take a seat.

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-You've been keeping yourself

-very healthy.

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-What can I do to help you?

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-What can I do to help you?

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-I didn't feel well this morning.

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-In what way?

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-In what way?

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-I felt sick.

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-I'm putting on weight.

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-I can't face eating breakfast.

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-I had a dizzy spell

-but I feel better now.

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-Alright! Let's take a look at you.

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-Jacaraca!

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-Well! I have some news for you.

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-Hello, Jac! How are you?

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-You seem really tired.

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-You seem really tired.

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-Yes. It's been busy here today.

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-How are you, Nurse Nia?

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-How are you, Nurse Nia?

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-I'm fine, thank you.

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-Is Jini back from town yet?

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-No, not yet.

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-She must be

-enjoying her shopping spree.

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-She looked a bit peaky this morning.

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-She'll feel better

-after a bit of fresh air.

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-Yes, I'm sure you're right.

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-You need a rest, Jac.

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-HE YAWNS

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-Jini! Are you alright?

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-Yes, I think so.

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-CAR HORN

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-CAR HORN

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-Is someone expecting a taxi?

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-It's bright yellow.

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-It's Pry Bach Tew.

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-It's Pry Bach Tew.

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-We'd better go.

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-Are you sure you're OK?

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-Are you sure you're OK?

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-Yes, Sali. Let's go.

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-We're alone, at last.

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-Are you going to tell me

-what the doctor said?

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-Well.

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-Well.

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-Yes?

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-Well, it's about me and Jac, really.

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-Yes?

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-Yes?

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-We're going to have a baby.

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-You guessed, didn't you?

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-You guessed, didn't you?

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-Yes, after what Nurse Nia said.

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-I'm so glad I was right, Jini.

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-So am I.

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-Jac will be thrilled.

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-Jac will be thrilled.

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-Yes.

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-When will you tell him?

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-Jacaraca!

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-Here you are, Jini!

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-Yes.

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-I was just thanking Sali Mali

-for taking me to town.

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-I feel much better now.

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-Did you have a busy day, Jac?

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-Did you have a busy day, Jac?

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-Very busy, Sali Mali.

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-A nice supper

-and an early night for you two.

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-Go home, the pair of you.

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-Jac Do!

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-I thought

-you were in your tree house.

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-Did you hear it all?

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-Don't tell anyone.

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-Would you like some more, Jac?

-There's plenty left.

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-No, I can't, Jini.

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-It was very tasty and you shouldn't

-have gone to so much trouble.

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-It was no trouble at all.

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-Let's have pudding.

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-It's your favourite.

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-It's your favourite.

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-Oh, no! Not poly-roly pudding?

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-Yes, Jac.

-Roly-poly pudding and custard.

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-I'm really tired.

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-Jac?

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-Oh, Jac!

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-Well, our good news

-will keep until tomorrow.

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-Enjoy your sleep, Jac.

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-You won't have a chance to sleep,

-once the baby arrives.

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Nid yw Jini yn teimlo'n dda. Beth sydd yn bod tybed? Jini isn't feeling very well. I wonder what's wrong with her?