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Pennod 83

Tydi Robbie ddim isio mynd i'r ysgol ond nid yw'n fodlon cyfaddef y rheswm am hynny wrth ei fam. Robbie doesn't want to go to school but isn't willing to tell his mum why.


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-I just think Kelvin

-should see his kids.

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-He should have thought of that

-before being so stupid.

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-That's enough.

-Just drive and let me raise my kids.

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-# A sunny morning #

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-Erin.

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-Good morning. I was just checking

-to see if you were coming for a run.

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-I'm up before you for once.

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-I'm up before you for once.

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-Yes, I'm coming.

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-You don't have to

-if you don't want to.

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-I can go back to bed too.

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-Rhys, I want to come.

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-Great. I'll be waiting downstairs.

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-You don't have time for a cuppa.

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-I really regret not getting

-a flu jab when Glenda mentioned it.

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-Didn't you make me a cuppa?

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-Didn't you make me a cuppa?

-

-The kettle has only just boiled.

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-What are you doing, Arthur?

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-Aren't you supposed

-to deliver those packages?

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-I'll take them later.

-I want space in the van.

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-I'll take them later.

-I want space in the van.

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-Space for what?

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-Here you go.

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-It's too hot!

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-I'll get one somewhere else. Bye.

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-Arthur!

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-Come on!

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-Come on!

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-Shut up.

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-Are you sure you want to do this?

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-You don't have to.

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-Erin, I'm doing this to help you.

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-Erin, I'm doing this to help you.

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-I need every help I can get.

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-You can stop if you want to.

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-You can stop if you want to.

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-Go away.

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-I'll see you back home. Ouch!

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-That's what you get

-for picking on me.

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-Ouch!

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-Ouch.

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-What's wrong, Erin?

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-What's wrong, Erin?

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-I've done something to my knee.

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-Do you have dinner money, Robbie?

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-I don't want any.

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-I don't want any.

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-Why?

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-I'm ill.

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-Ill?

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-Ill?

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-I've got a headache and nausea.

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-Do you have a test today?

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-No, I'm just ill.

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-He didn't finish his breakfast.

-Did you do your homework?

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-I didn't have any.

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-What's wrong with him?

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-I'm ill.

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-I'm ill.

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-So he says.

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-I am!

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-Glenda said that Iris has the flu.

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-I don't think it's the flu.

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-It might be.

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-He's allergic to school.

-Kelvin was the same.

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-Come on, Robbie.

-Kylie will look after you.

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-Is she a doctor?

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-There's no point, Robbie.

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-Come on.

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-Come on.

-

-You can take the blame if I vomit.

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-Thanks for this.

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-Rhys was supposed to give me a lift.

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-It's not a problem.

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-Are you alright? You're a bit quiet.

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-You know

-what I'm like in the morning.

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-There's always something.

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-Even when she tries to do something

-good, it's a huge drama.

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-Who'd have children?!

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-Alright?

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-Yes, thanks.

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-You're starting early.

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-Like we do every day.

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-No, on the coffee.

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-Isn't it something someone has

-after doing a bit of work?

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-Like payment, something you get

-after working for someone.

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-I've told you. I don't know

-how to sort the payments.

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-Wyn hasn't shown me. Once Cathryn's

-back you'll have it straight away.

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-We'll look forward to her return

-just like you.

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-I know people are taking sides.

-I understand that.

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-This is work.

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-We've got a contract, Iolo.

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-We've been here every day

-as we're supposed to be.

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-We haven't been paid

-as we should have been.

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-Only Cathryn or Wyn can pay you.

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-You've got two choices. You can

-phone Wyn or fetch your own hoover.

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-It's up to you.

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-Are you alright, love?

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-I'll be fine in a minute.

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-You could have told us before

-Sian had to come and get you.

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-What did you do, twist your ankle?

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-What did you do, twist your ankle?

-

-No, her knee. It's a bit swollen.

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-We should take you to the hospital.

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-We should take you to the hospital.

-

-I'll be fine, honestly.

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-Ouch!

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-Come on.

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-Can you take us to hospital?

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-Can you take us to hospital?

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-Of course.

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-And drop me at home for a shower?

-One of us should go to work.

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-Come on.

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-Thanks very much.

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-If I shift all of these,

-I'll be back for more.

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-Thanks.

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-Finally.

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-I came straight over.

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-Sorry, Wyn.

-They're refusing to clean.

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-No, we're not.

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-No, we're not.

-

-Yes, you are.

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-You told me to fetch the hoover.

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-We'll get to work

-the second we get paid, Wyn.

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-You wouldn't work for free.

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-What is she on about?

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-Since Cathryn left...

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-Since Cathryn left...

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-His fancy woman hasn't paid us.

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-He refuses to do anything about it.

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-I told her you hadn't shown me

-how to sort the wages.

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-It isn't hard, Iolo.

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-How much do we owe you?

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-A month.

-That doesn't include today.

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-So, you are going to work today,

-aren't you?

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-Of course, the second we get paid.

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-There you go.

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-There you go.

-

-Thanks.

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-Right,

-I don't want more of this nonsense.

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-You'd better sort this wet rag then!

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-# I realised that I couldn't see

-the way ahead

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-# The way I saw ahead

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-# You can see the strength

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-# You can see the strength

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-# You can see the strength

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-# You can see the strength #

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-Have you found your perfect lodger?

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-What?

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-What?

-

-Have you stopped looking?

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-No, but I don't want someone else

-like Beth Biol asking about it.

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-That's a shame.

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-But I don't blame her

-after the stories she heard.

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-What stories?

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-More like scandals, I think.

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-The late-night parties, the noise,

-complaints from the neighbours.

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-My house?

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-Who told her that?

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-I don't know.

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-Someone who wanted to save you...

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-..from the hell that would be

-living with Beth OCD Biol.

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-You?

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-As a friend, Llio.

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-I was worried about you.

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-Right then, where's the patient?

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-I'm not going anywhere in that.

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-It's either this or I carry you.

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-Thanks for this Sian.

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-We'll get a taxi home or I'll ring

-one of the lads to pick us up.

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-No, I'll wait.

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-Are you sure?

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-Yes, why?

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-Just... no, great.

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-Thank you.

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-Alright?

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-Hurry, Dad.

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-Where is that boy?

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-There's Jac.

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-Sorry, sorry, sorry.

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-Sorry, sorry, sorry.

-

-You don't need to tell me.

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-Hey, what are you doing here?

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-I told you I was ill, didn't I?

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-Does the school know

-you've come home?

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-They sent me home.

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-Why didn't they phone me?

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-I'll be alright at home,

-just for today.

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-Are you sure you're ill, Robbie?

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-Are you sure you're ill, Robbie?

-

-Yes.

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-Are you worried about something?

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-Have you had a telling off

-or something?

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-Is someone picking on you?

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-There are some lads in year ten

-who said something.

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-What did they say?

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-What do they say, Robbie?

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-They say Kelvin's a druggy

-and that he deserves to be in jail.

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-Oh, Robbie.

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-Don't take any notice of them.

-You can stay at home today.

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-I'll head in to school

-to speak to someone tomorrow.

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-No, that will make it worse.

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-No, that will make it worse.

-

-It won't. I'll make sure of it.

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-Listen, don't you mention

-these lads to Kay.

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-We'll sort it.

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-Alright.

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-Thanks, Mam.

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-Get inside.

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-I have to get back to work.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Alright, Vince?

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-Alright, mate?

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-Alright, mate?

-

-I'm fine.

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-Chin up,

-your shoulders are wide enough!

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-Yes, they are.

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-Iolo's in there, just so you know.

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-Thanks, he'll have to sign for this.

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-I'll see you.

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-I'll see you.

-

-Bye.

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-Alright?

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-I need a signature for this.

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-Yes, of course.

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-I'm running the place

-until she comes back.

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-Oh.

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-Sign there.

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-Alright.

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-Look, I just want you to know...

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-There's nothing to say.

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-There's nothing to say.

-

-I want to talk.

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-I don't care what you want, mate.

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-There's nothing you can say

-that will change things.

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-Scribble your name on that,

-will you?

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-I'm surprised

-you haven't tried to open it.

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-Listen, sonny...

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-Listen, sonny...

-

-Iolo!

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-Hi, Vince.

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-Hi, Vince.

-

-Glenda.

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-I just wanted to ask Iolo a favour

-if it's convenient.

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-It's about the Christmas fair.

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-I thought it would be nice...

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-..if Copa offered to organise

-mulled wine for the evening.

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-What?

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-We want him to think he's organising

-it to keep him busy.

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-Will you ask him?

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-I don't know if I'll be here

-at Christmas, Glenda.

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-Hey, have a little respect.

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-These are worth a fortune.

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-Whose boxes are these?

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-I'm trying to be an entrepreneur.

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-I've got a little stash

-before Christmas.

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-I'm going to sell these handbags.

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-I'm going to sell these handbags.

-

-Are they stolen?

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-Of course not.

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-Arthur!

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-Arthur!

-

-Take a look.

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-Arthur!

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-These are expensive bags.

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-Please tell me

-you didn't steal them.

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-I already told you, no.

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-I met this guy at the car boot sale

-who has contacts in China...

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-..who sell all kind of cheap things.

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-I bought these through him.

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-How much did you spend?

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-Don't worry about that.

-I'll get it all back and more.

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-Are they real?

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-Of course not.

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-But they are the closest thing

-you'll get.

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-Here she is, I'll be back

-to fetch her, later, Philip.

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-Are you sure you don't want me

-to put them up for you?

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-I'm doing it.

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-I'm doing it.

-

-You can't climb a ladder!

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-I don't have any choice.

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-Give them to me.

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-Alright, Vince.

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-Alright? You look busy.

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-Yes, everyone's sweating.

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-Listen, do you fancy a pint tonight?

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-Tonight?

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-We could go to the Bull

-for a couple.

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-It's lively there.

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-There's a new guy behind the bar.

-He's very friendly.

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-Oh, yes. Sounds like a good idea.

-A bit of variety is always good.

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-Do you really want to go?

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-On a Tuesday?

-Michelle would kill me.

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks.

-

-Bye.

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-Oh, I see.

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-How are the fair

-preparations coming?

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-Alright. We could be more organised.

-It's very busy at the cafe.

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-What do you have in mind?

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-We thought five or six stands,

-mulled wine, face paints, cakes.

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-We were going to set them up

-back-to-back here.

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-And then the same thing again

-over that way.

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-You can't do that.

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-Sorry?

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-If they're back to back,

-where will people walk?

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-Nobody will be able to see

-from the road either.

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-He's right, Glenda.

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-He's right, Glenda.

-

-Of course I am.

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-What would you do?

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-Everyone puts their stand

-in front of their shop.

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-That makes it easier to come and go

-and to supply electricity.

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-There are no cables to trip on.

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-Customers would see everything

-from the street.

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-Why didn't I think of that?

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-Have you taken any medication?

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-No.

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-Right, you'll have to have an X-ray.

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-Are you pregnant?

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-Pregnant?

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-No, she isn't pregnant!

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-How do you know?

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-No, I'm not.

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-I'll fetch you an X-ray form.

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-That's not something

-to take risks with.

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-What?

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-What?

-

-Being pregnant at your age.

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-Plenty have got into trouble

-at your age.

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-They don't find it funny, do they?

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-I thought you'd love

-to be a grandfather.

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-Jason and I talked about it

-more than once.

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-That's enough, Erin.

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-Tell her, Sian.

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-Does anyone want a cuppa?

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-Let's go to the cafe.

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-Let's go to the cafe.

-

-No, I'm fine.

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-Go, Dad.

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-Alright, Arthur?

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-Alright, Arthur?

-

-How are you, Jason?

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-I'm with a customer at the moment.

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-You're selling bags now.

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-Yes. I'll see you later, son.

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-They're lovely.

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-They're lovely.

-

-What?

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-My girlfriend got one

-in Bangor the other day.

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-It was 400.

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-It's lucky her father's rich!

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-How much are you charging?

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-They're only 50.

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-Fifty pounds? A bargain.

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-I've got matching purses too.

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-If you want one for your girlfriend.

-These are 10.

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-Can I grab one later?

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-Can I grab one later?

-

-I'd hurry, they're going fast.

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-Excuse me, I'm just going to the

-house to fetch some money.

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-Yes, carry on.

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-I'll take two.

-It'll be a gift for my sister.

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-There we are, love.

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-Fair play, son.

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-I'm not doing it for free, Arthur.

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-I'm glad I've bumped in to you.

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-I want to pay the remainder

-for the staff Christmas party.

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-What?

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-What?

-

-I paid the deposit to Cathryn.

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-It should be in the book.

-The rest is here.

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-I've got to go. Bye.

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-Bye.

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-Right, you'll be glad to know

-you haven't broken anything.

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-Great.

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-You've put the ligament

-behind the knee under strain.

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-It hasn't torn.

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-It will be quite painful

-for a few days.

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-It'll get better.

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-We'll prescribe tablets

-for the pain.

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-Thanks.

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-When can I start running again?

0:16:330:16:35

-When can I start running again?

-

-Running?!

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-I'm training for a 10k.

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-I wouldn't run for at least a month

-if I were you.

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-A month?

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-A month?

-

-At least.

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-You'll regret it.

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-You'll regret it.

-

-What about the race?

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-There's always another one.

0:16:480:16:50

-Right, Jac and I are going for lunch

-as it's quiet.

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-Jac's paying too.

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-Jac's paying too.

-

-Am I?

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-You are.

0:16:560:16:57

-I was sorry to hear about Kelvin,

-Lowri.

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-It's alright.

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-It must be hard for you.

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-It is.

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-After going to see Kelvin

-and then Ken and Kay too.

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-I can believe that.

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-I think it's affecting the children.

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-Oh?

0:17:200:17:21

-Not so much Mia, she's small.

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-I'm worried that Robbie's

-having trouble at school.

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-Trouble?

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-He says that some boys are

-picking on him because of Kelvin.

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-The thing is,

-I'm trying to be positive.

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-Sorry, that was

-the worst thing I wanted to hear.

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-Not at all. I'll keep an eye on him.

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-Are you sure?

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-Thanks.

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-It'll be fine, you'll see.

0:17:500:17:52

-It'll be fine, you'll see.

-

-When are you on lunch?

0:17:520:17:54

-I don't know, why?

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-Robbie is lounging on the sofa

-and won't eat his lunch.

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-Can you sort him? He's your child.

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-If you're fine,

-why did she give you crutches?

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-I don't know, maybe she had to.

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-And it's alright for you to run?

0:18:170:18:18

-That's what she said.

-Not straight away. In two days.

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-You're in pain.

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-You're in pain.

-

-That's why I have tablets.

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-You have to be careful, you don't

-want to do more damage to yourself.

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-Not running

-would cause more damage apparently.

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-Have you been skiving?

0:18:440:18:46

-Just taking five minutes.

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-Are you alright?

0:18:480:18:49

-I am.

0:18:490:18:50

-Are you sure?

0:18:510:18:52

-Um.

0:18:530:18:54

-Are you ill? Do you want to go home?

0:18:540:18:56

-No, I'm fine. I just need...

0:18:560:18:57

-No, I'm fine. I just need...

-

-Is there something I can do?

0:18:570:18:59

-There's nothing anyone can do,

-Philip.

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-Nothing.

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-Lowri?

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Tydi Robbie ddim isio mynd i'r ysgol ond nid yw'n fodlon cyfaddef y rheswm am hynny wrth ei fam. Robbie doesn't want to go to school but isn't willing to tell his mum why.