Cyfrinach! Pentre Bach


Cyfrinach!

Mae Jac y Jwc yn penderfynu gofyn i Jini ei briodi. Ond tybed a all Coblyn gadw'r gyfrinach? Jac y Jwc asks Jini to marry him but can Coblyn keep the secret?


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-Good morning, Coblyn.

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-What a lovely morning.

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-What a lovely morning.

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-Whatever you say.

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-I don't have time to chat.

-I'm in a hurry.

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-What are you up to, Coblyn?

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-I'm on my way to the library

-to return these books.

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-Before I do that,

-I have a little job to do.

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-I'll help you, Coblyn.

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-I'll help you, Coblyn.

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-What a great idea, Jac y Jwc.

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-Follow me.

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-Bring that wheelbarrow, too.

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-Wheelbarrow?

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-Wheelbarrow?

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-Yes - the thing with wheels,

-right there.

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-Wheelbarrow - yes, of course.

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-Pop the spade and the brush in, too.

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-We'll also need the watering can.

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-Brush.

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-Spade.

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-Watering can?

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-Where is it?

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-Here it is.

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-I'm ready, Coblyn.

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-Coblyn?

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-(SHOUTS) Coblyn?

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-Well done, Jac y Jwc.

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-The doormat.

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-HE SNEEZES

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-Have you finished, Jac?

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-Hurry up! Put these things away.

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-They'll be here in a minute.

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-What exactly

-is happening at the chapel today?

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-A wedding rehearsal, Jac y Jwc.

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-A wedding rehearsal?

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-Yes, a wedding rehearsal, Jac y Jwc.

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-Everyone needs a rehearsal,

-before the big day.

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-Here comes Mr Caradog, the minister.

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-Good morning, Mr Caradog.

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-Good morning, lads.

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-What a lovely morning.

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-I see no-one has arrived

-for the rehearsal, as yet.

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-Who are you expecting?

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-Who are you expecting?

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-The happy couple, of course.

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-Let's hope the sun shines,

-like this, on their wedding day.

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-Ah! Here they come.

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-Ifan. How are you?

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-Hello, Anwen. Come in.

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-Let's peek in, through the window.

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-Ifan and Anwen,

-welcome to the Pentre Bach chapel.

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-Your big day is tomorrow.

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-It's an important,

-unforgettable day.

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-Help me up, Jac.

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-Help me up, Jac.

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-Jacaraca!

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-You've lived separately but you

-shall live together, after tomorrow.

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-You'll be married.

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-You'll be husband and wife.

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-The important things

-are to respect each other...

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-..to look after each other

-and to love each other, of course.

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-Love each other, for ever.

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-Once Anwen gets here...

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-..we'll go through

-the wedding ceremony.

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-I'll ask both of you

-to repeat a few words, after me.

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-I, Ifan, do take you, Anwen.

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-I, Ifan, do take you, Anwen.

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-To be my lawful, wedded wife.

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-To be my lawful, wedded wife.

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-Put the wheelbarrow over there, Jac.

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-I must return this book,

-before the library closes.

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-Jac?

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-Are you listening?

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-Jac? Are you listening?

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-Jac!

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-Jac!

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-What?

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-I must get to the library,

-or Siani Flewog will be livid.

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-If I tell you a secret, do you

-promise to keep it to yourself?

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-Oh, I love secrets.

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-You can tell me anything.

-I'm your best friend.

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-You are?

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-You are?

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-Yes, of course I am.

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-What is this secret of yours?

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-I want to marry Jini.

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-Coblyn! Are you alright?

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-I want to marry Jini.

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-I want a wonderful, happy marriage

-that's bursting with love...

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-..just like the one

-Mr Caradog described today.

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-Well, well!

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-When's the big day?

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-When?

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-When?

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-Yes. When will you marry Jini?

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-I haven't made any arrangements,

-Coblyn.

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-Oh, Jacaraca!

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-How do you go about

-organising a wedding?

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-Leave it all to me, Jac y Jwc.

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-Let's go!

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-Go where?

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-Go where?

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-To the library, to see Siani Flewog.

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-Go where?

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-To the library, to see Siani Flewog.

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-I want to marry Jini, not Siani.

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-Yes, I know, Jac.

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-There are books about

-organising weddings in the library.

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-These are gardening books.

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-They tell you how to grow

-tall flowers and huge vegetables.

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-In you go, Jac.

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-Jacaraca!

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-Jacaraca!

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-Shh!

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-Oh, it's you, Jac y Jwc.

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-Jacaraca!

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-Don't worry. Everything's fine.

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-Hello, Coblyn.

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-I didn't see you there.

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-I do hope you've returned

-all the books you borrowed.

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-Yes - here they are.

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-You were cutting it fine, Coblyn.

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-Jac?

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-Jac?

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-Jac?

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-Shh!

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-Jac?

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-Jac!

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-Jac.

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-Have you heard this joke before?

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-Why do giraffes have such long legs?

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-I don't know. Why do giraffes

-have such long legs?

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-So they can't smell

-their smelly feet!

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-Smelly feet!

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-Shh!

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-Silence in the library!

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-Here we are, Jac.

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-I knew there would be a book here

-to tell you how to plan a wedding.

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-It's a secret!

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-Shh!

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-It's good to see you boys

-reading, like this.

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-What are you reading, Jac y Jwc?

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-He's reading a joke book.

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-He's reading a joke book.

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-Yes.

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-Oh, I see.

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-Do you think she saw us

-reading the wedding book?

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-It wouldn't be a secret any more,

-if she did.

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-No, I don't think she saw us.

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-We must be clever now, Jac y Jwc.

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-We must borrow this book

-without Siani Flewog making a fuss.

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-I've come up with a plan.

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-Here we are, Siani Flewog.

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-Let me see.

-What do you have today, Coblyn?

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-Gardening books, as usual?

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-THUD

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-THUD

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-What was that noise?

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-Jac y Jwc!

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-I'm sorry, Siani Flewog.

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-Not to worry.

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-Cheerio, then, Siani Flewog.

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-My secret is still safe.

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Mae Jac y Jwc yn penderfynu gofyn i Jini ei briodi. Ond tybed a all Coblyn gadw'r gyfrinach? Jac y Jwc asks Jini to marry him but can Coblyn keep the secret?


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