Ole! Pentre Bach


Ole!

Mae Parri yn dychwelyd o'i wyliau. Parri returns from his holiday.


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-Thanks for picking me up, Jac.

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-Thanks for picking me up, Jac.

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-You're welcome.

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-It's good to have you back, Parri.

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-How are you, Jac?

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-How's Jini?

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-We're very well, thank you.

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-Jini's resting, at the moment.

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-I hadn't realised I'd collected

-so many things on my travels.

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-I'll go and unlock the door.

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-Ole!

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-It's good to be home.

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-Here you go, Parri Popeth.

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-Fair play to you and Jini,

-this place is neat and tidy.

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-Lift that on the counter.

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-What's that, Parri?

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-That's the Eifel Tower.

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-It's in Paris,

-the capital city of France.

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-I drove under the tower in a taxi.

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-What else do I have in here?

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-Perfume, for Siani Flewog -

-Sianel number 4.

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-She'll love it.

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-This is for Dwmplen Malwoden.

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-MUSIC

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-I have something for you, Jac.

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-Petrol money.

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-Thank you

-for picking me up from the airport.

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-There's a generous tip there.

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-This isn't real money.

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-Yes, of course it's real money!

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-It's euros and that's what I used

-on the continent.

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-You can spend euros

-in some shops in Wales, too.

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-I have a real present for you, Jac.

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-A guitar!

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-I've always wanted a guitar.

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-Thank you, Parri Popeth.

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-You can play the flamenco on that.

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-You can play the flamenco on that.

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-The flamingo?

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-I thought the flamingo was a bird.

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-No, the flamenco

-is a traditional, Spanish dance.

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-We do the clog dance in Wales

-and they do the flamenco in Spain.

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-Whatever you say.

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-Welcome home, Parri Popeth.

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-I'll head to the cafe

-to tell everyone you're here.

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-I can't wait

-to show my guitar to Sali Mali.

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-See you later, Parri.

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-What else is in here?

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-I meant to give this to Jac

-to pass on to Jini.

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-I think she looks like Jini.

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-This is Sali Mali's present.

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-She'll love this.

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-Ole!

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-I enjoyed dancing the flamenco.

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-What shall I put on tomorrow's menu?

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-It must be something healthy.

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-Let's make some broth.

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-There's nothing healthier than broth

-with all those vegetables.

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-It's a traditional, Welsh dish.

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-Jacaraca!

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-Jacaraca!

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-Hello, Jac y Jwc.

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-What's that?

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-What's that?

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-Parri Popeth is home from holiday.

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-He brought this back for me,

-all the way from Spain.

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-Fair play to Parri.

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-Did he have a good time?

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-I got a postcard from him last week.

-He was in Italy at that point.

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-Here's the postcard.

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-This is a picture of Tower of Pisa.

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-This is a picture of Tower of Pisa.

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-Jacaraca!

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-That tower is about to collapse!

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-The Leaning Tower of Pisa

-has been like that for many years.

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-The tower of pizza?

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-That's where they make

-the world's pizzas.

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-No, Jac, Pisa.

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-No, Jac, Pisa.

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-Whatever you say.

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-It doesn't look safe to me.

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-Not safe at all.

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-Not safe at all.

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-They make sure it's safe, Jac.

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-CLOCK STRIKES

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-I'd better go.

-Jini will be waiting for me.

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-See you later.

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-See you, Jac.

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-I'll go

-and welcome Parri back home.

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-I need

-some more ingredients for the broth.

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-Will you be alright here,

-for a little while?

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-I won't be long.

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-Hola, senorita Sali Mali.

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-Hola, Parri Popeth. Que tal?

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-Que tal?

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-Que tal?

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-Yes - que tal?

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-It means, "How are you?" in Spanish.

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-It means, "How are you?" in Spanish.

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-I'm fine, thank you.

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-I didn't know

-you could speak Spanish.

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-Pocito, Parri - a little bit.

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-How was your holiday?

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-How was your holiday?

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-It was great. Thanks for asking.

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-It was great. Thanks for asking.

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-I caught a bus to Carmarthen,

-then a train to Cardiff...

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-..then I flew to London and then,

-I sailed on a boat to France.

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-They were lovely people.

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-I'm sorry, Parri, but I left Jac Do

-in the cafe on his own.

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-I must get back to him.

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-Yes, of course, Sali Mali.

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-Yes, of course, Sali Mali.

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-Do you have any leeks, please?

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-Yes. There are lots of them

-out there. Help yourself.

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-I want to put something new on

-the menu, so I'll make some broth.

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-It's traditional, Welsh food.

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-Paella

-is the traditional, Spanish dish.

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-Yes. I've never tasted paella.

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-Is it tasty?

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-Is it tasty?

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-You've never tasted paella, Sali?

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-I'll make some and bring it

-to the cafe, so you can taste it.

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-There's no need, Parri.

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-There's no need, Parri.

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-I'd love to! I'll come by later.

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-Thank you, Parri.

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-I nearly forgot!

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-This is a present for you.

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-Parri! Thank you very much.

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-This is for Jac Do.

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-Gracias. Muchas gracias, Parri.

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-Adios, Parri Popeth.

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-Adios, Sali Mali.

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-I'm sorry, Jac Do.

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-It was impossible

-to get away from Parri.

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-He couldn't stop talking

-about his holiday.

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-What do you think of my shawl?

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-It's a shawl from Spain.

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-He gave this to me, too.

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-A fan from Spain.

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-Look what Parri bought for you.

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-A hat and a waistcoat.

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-Do you like them?

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-Guess what we're having

-for supper tonight.

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-No, not broth.

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-We'll have broth

-tomorrow night, instead.

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-Reheated broth is the tastiest broth

-you'll ever eat.

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-We're having paella tonight.

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-Paella

-is a traditional, Spanish dish.

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-I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

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-Let's see how this hat looks on you.

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-There you go!

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-Oh, Jac Do!

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-Now then,

-do I have everything I need?

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-My hat!

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-There we are! I'm ready to go.

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-Well? What do you think, Jac Do?

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-Croak!

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-Oh, it looks great!

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-Buenos noches. Come in.

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-I hope you like it.

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-Hello, Jac Do.

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-Croak!

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-Croak!

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-You look smart.

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-You look very Spanish.

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-Put the paella down here

-please, Parri.

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-It looks great, doesn't it, Jac Do?

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-Take a seat. I'll fetch some bowls.

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-What's that wonderful aroma?

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-Come and taste

-Parri Popeth's paella.

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-Paella?

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-Yes,

-it's a traditional, Spanish dish.

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-What is it, Parri?

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-Paella, Jac.

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-No, I don't think I'll have any,

-thanks.

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-Taste it. Jac Do loves it.

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-Come on, Jac! It's important to

-try new things, from time to time.

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-I'll have a tiny bit.

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-Well?

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-Well?

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-Mm!

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-It's tasty.

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-Very tasty.

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-You must give this recipe to Jini.

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-I'll pay for my paella

-with the euros you gave me earlier.

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-That's a beautiful guitar, Jac.

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-Have you tried to play it yet?

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-Yes, the guitar Parri Popeth

-gave to me is fantastic.

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-Can you play the guitar, Jac?

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-Can you play the guitar, Jac?

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-Um.

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-A little bit.

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-SPANISH TUNE

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-Let's dance, senor Parri!

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-Let's dance, senor Parri!

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-Yes, senorita Sali Mali.

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-We've had a wonderful time

-in Pentre Bach tonight.

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-I feel like I'm on holiday again.

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-Ole!

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Mae Parri yn dychwelyd o'i wyliau. Parri returns from his holiday.