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Digon o Sioe

Mae Sali Mali a'i ffrindiau yn helpu Pili i gynnal sioe bypedau. Sali Mali and her friends help Pili put on a puppet show.


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-And they lived happily ever after.

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-Croak! Croak!

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-That was fun!

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-Did you enjoy it, Jac Do?

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-Did you enjoy it, Jac Do?

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-Croak!

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-Someone's having fun!

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-Someone's having fun!

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-I put on a puppet show for Jac Do.

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-These are great!

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-Oh, they'd be perfect!

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-Oh, they'd be perfect!

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-Perfect for what, Pili?

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-My hotel will be full of children

-this weekend.

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-It would be wonderful if I could

-put on a puppet show for them.

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-I'm sure

-their parents would be happy, too.

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-How about it, Sali?

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-I'll help you.

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-I'll help you.

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-Alright, then. Why not?

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-Thank you, Sali Mali.

-The children will be delighted.

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-What do you need me to do?

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-First of all, we'll need puppets.

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-Can we use these?

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-Can we use these?

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-No, they're a bit scruffy.

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-Jemeima could wash them for you.

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-Maybe she could

-sew some new clothes for them, too.

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-Yes, Pili. They'd look great.

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-Let's ask Mrs Migl Magl

-to knit some more, if we need them.

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-I'm sure she'd do it.

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-I'll ask her.

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-First, we need a story.

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-It must be a good story.

-Something like a myth.

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-Croak?

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-Croak?

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-You've never heard of myths?

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-A myth is an old, old story.

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-I have a book of myths here,

-somewhere.

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-Here it is.

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-I'm sure we'll be able to find

-a good story in here.

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-What about

-the myth of Bendigeidfran?

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-Bendigeidfran was a huge giant,

-Jac Do.

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-Hello! My name is Bendigeidfran.

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-We need a huge puppet, Sali.

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-I don't think Mrs Migl Magl

-will have enough wool to make it.

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-No, Bendigeidfran is too big.

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-What about the story of Arthur?

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-Arthur was a big, strong king.

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-Hello! My name is King Arthur.

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-I have twelve big, brave knights.

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-Oh!

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-We'd need twelve puppets, Sali Mali.

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-No?

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-No?

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-No.

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-We need something exciting.

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-Something with a hero in it.

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-Twm Sion Cati.

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-Twm Sion Cati.

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-Twm Sion Cati?

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-Yes! Twm Sion Cati is perfect.

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-Hello! I'm Twm Sion Cati.

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-I'm Betsan, Twm's girlfriend.

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-Twm needs a horse.

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-What should we call Twm's horse?

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-Something which rhymes with Cati.

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-Something which rhymes with Cati.

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-What rhymes with Cati?

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-Mati.

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-Mati.

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-Mati! Yes, that's perfect.

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-Let's go and give Mrs Migl Magl

-the good news.

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-There's a busy afternoon

-ahead of her.

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-You talk to Mrs Migl Magl

-and I'll take these to Jemeima.

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-Ta-ta, Jac Do.

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-We were wondering if you'd

-be willing to make some puppets...

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-..like the ones you made for Jac Do.

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-No problem. I have plenty of wool.

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-We're doing a show

-about Twm Sion Cati.

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-Oh, that's great!

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-I know the story

-about Twm Sion Cati.

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-What would you like me to do, Pili?

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-We already have Twm Sion Cati

-and Betsan, his girlfriend.

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-We need a Cati. She's Twm's mother.

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-We also need a nasty squire

-and a horse.

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-Hello, Jemeima.

-Can you do me a favour?

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-It depends.

-My machine is full of laundry.

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-Do you have time

-to wash these two tiny puppets?

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-No problem. They're only small

-and they need a hand wash, anyway.

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-Can you freshen their clothes, too?

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-This is Twm Sion Cati.

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-This is Betsan, his girlfriend.

-She's the squire's daughter.

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-Twm Sion Cati and Betsan.

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-No problem, Sali Mali.

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-Leave it to me.

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-We're putting on a puppet show.

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-Wonderful! The script is ready.

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-Yoo-hoo!

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-Yoo-hoo!

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-Hello, Jemeima. Come in.

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-Twm is ready

-and Betsan is nearly ready.

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-Oh, well done! They look great.

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-Jemeima, they look like new.

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-Betsan is really pretty.

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-Hello, girls!

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-Oh, they look wonderful.

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-Jemeima washed them

-and made new clothes for them.

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-Fair play to you, Jemeima.

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-It's busy in here, Jac Do.

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-How are you today?

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-How are you today?

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-Croak!

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-Hello, Mrs Migl Magl.

-My name is Twm Sion Cati.

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-My name is Betsan.

-I'm Twm's girlfriend.

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-Well done, girls!

-This is the squire.

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-Cati, Twm's mother, is nearly ready.

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-This is Mati, Twm's horse.

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-I want to add a bit more wool here,

-to create a tail.

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-Don't worry.

-It will all be ready for the show.

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-Where's the theatre?

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-Theatre?

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-Yes, you need a stage

-for the performance.

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-You don't have one.

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-It hadn't crossed our minds.

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-Thanks a bunch, Daf!

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-Thanks a bunch, Daf!

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-Sorry.

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-What shall we do, Sali?

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-What shall we do, Sali?

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-Well, there's nothing else for it.

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-We must build one.

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-Let's get to work!

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-Be careful where you put that brush.

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-Be careful where you put that brush.

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-Yes, Mrs Migl Magl.

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-A few stitches here and there

-and he'll look great.

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-This is so exciting!

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-This is

-your copy of the script, Pili.

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-Daf, I have a copy for you, too.

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-I'm excited! We've had a busy day.

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-Everything's ready now.

-Daf can't wait.

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-We're ready for our dress rehearsal.

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-A long, long time ago...

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-..a handsome boy called

-Twm Sion Cati lived near Tregaron.

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-Hello! My name is Twm Sion Cati.

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-Twm Sion Cati lived with his mother.

-Her name was Cati.

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-That's why

-Twm is called Twm Sion Cati.

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-He's called Cati, after me.

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-They're very, very, very poor.

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-Very, very, very, very poor.

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-Boohoo!

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-Don't worry, Mam!

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-It's lucky this is only a rehearsal!

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-I've fallen in love

-with the squire's daughter.

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-We'll get married one day,

-and then I'll have plenty of money.

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-You can come and live with us,

-in the mansion.

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-Don't be silly, Twm!

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-A poor boy like you can't marry

-the rich squire's daughter!

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-I'll find a way, Mam.

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-Oh, no!

-The nasty squire is at the door.

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-I'm leaving!

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-Boo!

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-Boo!

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-Where's my rent?

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-We don't have any money.

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-If so, I want you

-out of this house right now.

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-Boo!

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-Oh, Mam!

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-What are we going to do, Twm?

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-You'll have to sell Mati.

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-It's the only way

-we'll get some money.

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-Neigh!

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-Oh, Mati! I'm really sorry.

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-Hello, Twm. Hello, Mati.

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-Hello, Betsan.

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-What's wrong? Why are you so sad?

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-We don't have enough money to pay

-the rent to your father, the squire.

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-That's why I must sell Mati.

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-Oh, no! Wait here.

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-Betsan ran to the mansion

-to talk to her father.

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-Dadi! Dadi! Where are you?

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-Here I am.

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-Boo!

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-Please don't throw Twm Sion Cati

-and his mother out of their house.

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-If they can't pay,

-they'll have to get out.

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-Boo!

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-Oh, Dadi!

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-The squire is a nasty man.

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-Betsan went back to talk to Twm but,

-as she walked through the woods...

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-Oh, my ankle! I've twisted my ankle!

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-Help! Help!

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-Mati! Did you hear that?

-Someone was calling for help.

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-Help!

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-Betsan! Mati and I will help you.

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-Thank you, Twm.

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-What are you doing to my daughter?

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-What are you doing to my daughter?

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-Boo!

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-I twisted my ankle in the woods

-and Twm rescued me.

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-Thank you very much, my boy.

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-How can I repay you?

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-You can have anything you want.

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-Well, I only want one thing.

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-I want to marry your daughter.

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-I want to marry your daughter.

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-Ah!

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-You promised to give him

-anything he wants, Dadi.

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-Yes, alright.

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-I'll organise the wedding.

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-I'll organise the wedding.

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-Hooray!

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-That's the story of Twm Sion Cati

-and Betsan, the squire's daughter.

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-They lived happily ever after.

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-That was great!

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-Yes. If you perform that well on the

-night, everyone will be thrilled.

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-Thank you all for helping.

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-No problem, Pili.

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-Come to my house and we'll have a

-cup of tea, before the performance.

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-Wait for me!

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Mae Sali Mali a'i ffrindiau yn helpu Pili i gynnal sioe bypedau. Sali Mali and her friends help Pili put on a puppet show.


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