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-Why didn't you keep an eye on him?

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-You know he crawls everywhere.

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-Why didn't you think?

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-Carys can barely stand to be in

-the same room as me at the moment.

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-She blames me for the accident.

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-She's stressed

-and isn't thinking clearly.

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-She'll realize that

-when Tom gets better.

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-I don't know.

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-There we are, Tom.

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-Wake up, Tom.

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-Tom.

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-Tom.

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-There we are, Tom.

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-# A little child's prayer

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-# Is enough to make you happy

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-# The two hands come together

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-Are you up to much today?

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-No.

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-Sian's scan.

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-If you've got something to say,

-say it.

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-I've got nothing to say.

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-How much did those tickets cost?

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-Good morning.

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-I've just bought the tickets for

-Saturday night.

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-Oh, wow. It's nice to have something

-to look forward to.

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-I'm sorry Mathew pulled out

-of your playing in boats weekend.

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-He prefers to spend time

-with his girlfriend.

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-Do you have to?

-I haven't had my cuppa yet.

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-They're in love.

-It is St Dwynwen's day too.

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-I see so little of him

-during the week.

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-It's important to spend time

-together on weekends.

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-Isn't it?

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-Isn't it?

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-Yes.

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-I understand. Mathew hasn't

-shut up about Saturday night.

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-I'd better go. We've got a group

-of students arriving today.

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-I shouldn't be late.

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-Shall I carry these for you?

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-Shall I carry these for you?

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-Thanks.

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-I'll see you tonight.

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-Bye.

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-What was that?

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-What was that?

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-You don't want to know.

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-I cleared the table.

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-Oh, yes. Thanks, Erin.

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-Your brother will wash the dishes

-this evening.

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-I have rugby practice after school.

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-I have rugby practice after school.

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-Your arms will still work.

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-Has Rhys gone to the garage?

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-He's running.

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-Again? He runs every day.

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-He enjoys it.

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-Everything in moderation.

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-Every runner knows that rest

-is just as important as training.

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-You've been running a few times

-and you think you're Mo Farah.

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-I read up a lot on the Web

-when I was injured.

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-I'm glad he's found

-something he enjoys.

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-It's better than sitting

-and watching TV all day.

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-Yes, I'm sure.

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-Yes, I'm sure.

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-Is Sian's scan today?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Are you going?

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-Don't you think you should keep

-your nose out of our business?

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-I was only asking.

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-I was only asking.

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-Yes, well.

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-See you tonight. Ta-ra.

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-Bye.

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-Bye.

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-Ta-ra.

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-When will you learn

-to shut your mouth?

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-I don't know how to thank you.

-You've been so good to him.

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-That's our job.

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-There's a huge box of chocolates

-for you at the desk.

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-Right, the car is ready

-by the front door.

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-Are you sure he's ready

-to come home?

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-It's not that you need the bed?

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-It's not that you need the bed?

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-They know what they're doing, Barry.

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-It's natural to feel worried.

-Keep an eye on him.

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-It's nothing personal, but I hope

-I'll never have to see you again.

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-Right then.

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-Right then.

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-Can you carry the bag and balloon?

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-A trip to the chemist and the shop

-then home, Tom Hardy.

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-Good morning, Miss James.

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-It is a good morning.

-Tom's coming home today.

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-Great news.

-I'm glad to hear that he's better.

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-I can't say the same for

-my relationship with my sister.

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-Give Carys some time.

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-She'll be better

-now that Tom's fine.

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-I hope so.

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-Someone for you?

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-Today's going to be a long day.

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-Hiya, I think you're looking for me.

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-Sorry.

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-Sorry.

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-Good luck.

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-I'll need it.

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-Welcome to Ysgol Glanrafon.

-I'm Mathew Parry, the deputy.

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-Good morning.

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-Are you Mathew Parry?

-I'm Dylan Roberts.

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-Right, follow me.

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-I'll be back in a minute.

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-I have to go home to fetch

-something.

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-There you go.

-Make sure the keys are in it.

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-I can fetch it myself from Bangor.

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-Alright? Thanks.

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-Yes, bye.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Hi, alright?

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-Fine, thanks.

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-You?

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-You?

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-Yes.

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-I don't know if you remember

-but the scan is today.

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-Of course I remember.

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-Well, if you hadn't stormed away

-in a temper the other day...

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-..you'd have heard me saying

-you were welcome to come with me.

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-Right.

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-Only if you want to.

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-Only if you want to.

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-I've got a busy day.

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-I'm sure you do.

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-No, honestly.

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-I'll see what I can do.

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-Don't go to any trouble.

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-If you happen to find a slot

-in your timetable.

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-The appointment's in Bangor.

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-It's at midday.

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-This is where you'll spend most of

-your time in the next few weeks...

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-..moulding the brains

-of Glanrafon's children.

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-You will have a teacher

-with you at first.

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-After a while, you'll be expected

-to teach without supervision.

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-Of course, there will always be

-someone nearby if you need help.

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-I was obsessed with two-seater cars

-when I was a teenager too.

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-There's a similarity

-between teenagers...

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-..and men having a mid-life crisis

-when it comes to cars!

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-Maybe men just never grow up.

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-I'm quite mature, thanks.

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-I have enough confidence not to need

-a soft top to make an impression.

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-Right, on to the canteen, I think.

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-CAR HORN

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-Hiya.

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-New car?

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-New car?

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-No, It's a part-ex.

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-I'm taking it to a mate in Bangor.

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-I thought you'd like a lift to the

-hospital instead of taking two cars.

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-Good idea.

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-Alright?

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-Are we walking back?

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-No, I'm fetching a car from my mate,

-we'll use that.

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-I was joking!

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-Oh. Right.

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-Oh, we're back at last,

-aren't we, sweet pea?

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-Hey.

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-What came over Mam's head

-buying this for him?

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-He likes balloons.

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-No more of that horrible hospital

-coffee. Do you want a cuppa?

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-I guarantee that will be Mam.

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-I told her not to come

-around until tonight.

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-What did I tell you?

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-Barry, how are you?

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-Barry, how are you?

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-I was fine.

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-As I explained at the hospital...

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-As I explained at the hospital...

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-We've just got home.

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-We won't be long

-the moment we start.

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-Sorry, the rules.

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-I might not be home

-at lunchtime, Wil.

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-I'm busy.

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-If you'd washed your rugby kit

-yourself, it would be clean.

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-Just put it in the machine

-at lunchtime.

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-I'll bring it over

-before the day's over.

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-Yes, alright.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Sorry, a kit crisis.

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-Yes, I guessed.

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-Huh?! That's odd.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Oh, what's wrong with this now?

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-It's twenty past, John.

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-It's twenty past, John.

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-I know what time it is.

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-My door won't open.

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-Oh!

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-We're stuck.

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-I can see that!

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-What are we going to do?

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-John!

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-Oh!

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Of course I've tried the back doors.

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-The engine won't start

-and the doors won't open.

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-We're supposed to be in Bangor

-in 30 minutes.

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-Rhys, if I knew what was wrong,

-we wouldn't be in this hole.

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-20 minutes?

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-Come as quick as you can.

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-Yes, alright.

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-Bye.

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-Rhys is on his way but he has to

-take a car for an MOT first.

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-He'll be 20 minutes.

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-We need to be there in...

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-We need to be there in...

-

-..half an hour, I know.

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-What do you expect me

-to do about it?

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-You could have taken us in a

-sensible car, not an old crock!

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-That would help.

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-That would help.

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-Drive yourself next time.

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-Fine by me!

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-Fine by me!

-

-Fine by me, too!

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-Oh! Oh!

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-Here you go.

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-Here you go.

-

-Thanks.

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-I'm here today to ensure

-that we and you are happy...

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-..the house

-is appropriate for Tom...

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-..and that there's nothing here

-to cause another accident.

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-The accident didn't happen here.

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-The accident didn't happen here.

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-Yes, but Tom lives here.

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-We're happy to show you the house.

-Aren't we, Barry?

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-Yes, but there's nothing wrong.

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-Yes, but there's nothing wrong.

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-I'm confident of that too.

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-Nothing like this will happen again.

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-That's what we all want.

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-Yes, absolutely.

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-Right, the pigeon holes are there.

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-There's a fridge

-and space to make a cuppa.

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-You're welcome to use this space

-as you don't have a classroom.

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-This is Miss James. She teaches

-Welsh and is head of the sixth form.

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-She's one of the most popular

-teachers at school...

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-..with both the teachers and pupils.

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-Llio James.

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-Llio James.

-

-Dylan.

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-Teleri.

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-Teleri.

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-Mark.

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-Elin.

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-I'll take you through

-the school's handbook now.

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-Head out to the left and to room 14.

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-You don't fancy a swap, do you?

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-I've had a gutsful

-of babysitting this lot.

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-Thanks, but no thanks.

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-It was worth a try.

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-Upstairs looks as

-clean and organized as down here.

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-Very good.

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-We could have saved you a trip

-had you phoned.

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-My job would be a lot easier

-if that was enough, Mr Hardy.

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-Tom seems to be a happy little boy.

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-The boxes have to be ticked.

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-We understand that children's safety

-is your top priority.

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-I'll have to write a report, but on

-the quiet, you don't need to worry.

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-Thank you.

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-Thank you.

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-Thank you for being patient.

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-Bye, Tom. Maybe you should ask Santa

-for a helmet next year.

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-What a nasty lady, hey, lad.

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-I don't know

-why you're angry with me.

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-You've done something, haven't you.

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-Like what?

-Did you see me do something?

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-Do you think I used some hidden

-powers to lock us in here?

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-Don't be silly.

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-Don't be silly.

-

-I'm silly now, too!

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-We should have gone in my car.

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-We should have gone in my car.

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-It's easy to say that now!

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-Thank heavens. Someone who knows

-what they're doing!

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-What have you done?

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-What have you done?

-

-What?

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-What did you do?

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-Don't you start. I stopped the car

-and everything's locked up.

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-We're in a rush, Rhys.

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-We're in a rush, Rhys.

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-Try the fob on the keys.

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-Do you think

-I haven't done that already?

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-I remember something like this

-happening before.

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-If you press it twice,

-it dead-locks the car.

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-It must have a fault.

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-It must have a fault.

-

-What do we do now?

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-I can call a locksmith I know.

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-I can call a locksmith I know.

-

-We don't have the time.

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-We're supposed to be at the hospital

-in five minutes.

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-We're going to miss the appointment.

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-We're going to miss the appointment.

-

-Dad, get in the back.

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-What?

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-What?

-

-Get in the back.

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-Go!

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-Go, you clown!

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-Sian, watch your eyes.

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-As you can see, the school

-puts a big emphasis on...

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-This is what I like to see, a room

-full of enthusiastic young people.

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-This is Jim Williams,

-the head teacher.

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-This is Mark, Teleri,

-Elin and Dylan.

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-Hello, how are you?

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-Welcome to the school. How are you?

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-Hi, Dylan.

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-How's it going?

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-How's it going?

-

-Very good so far.

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-How's your father, Dylan?

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-How's your father, Dylan?

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-He's well. He sends his regards.

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-Oh. You know each other.

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-Elgan, Dylan's father,

-was in university with me.

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-I've known him

-since he was in nappies.

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-He's cleverer than us all, Mathew.

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-I don't know about that.

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-A PhD in computing and a period in

-industry before you saw the light.

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-He's exactly the kind of person

-we need in the world of education.

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-You didn't mention it.

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-You know where I am

-if you need anything.

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-Tell your father I expect

-to see him on the fairway some time.

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-This is typical of you.

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-This is typical of you.

-

-We're here now.

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-No thanks to you.

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-Calm down, Sian.

-Don't forget your condition.

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-Don't tell me what to do.

-I'll do as I like.

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-Yes, we all know that.

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-Right then.

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-Are you going to eat all of this

-like a good boy for Dad?

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-I'll do that.

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-What have you got today?

-Ooh, you like that, don't you?

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-I'll do it.

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-No, it's fine.

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-Anyway, I would have thought Daddy

-had important meetings to attend.

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-He hasn't been at work for so long.

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-He hasn't been at work for so long.

-

-Carys.

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-What?

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-You didn't let me carry him from the

-hospital, you won't let me feed him.

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-And?

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-Forget it.

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-Ooh, is that nice? Is it nice?

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-Oh, sorry that we're late.

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-Circumstances beyond my control.

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-You're never going to let that go.

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-This will be a bit cold.

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-Is it cold?

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-Don't worry about it.

-We're lucky to be here.

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-Rearranging would have

-been the end of the world.

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-I've taken time off work

-to come here.

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-We don't all sell tatty cars

-and come and go as we please.

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-What do you mean, tatty?

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-Oh, John.

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-Oh, John.

-

-Here we are.

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-Look.

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-There we are, you've seen

-every part of this place.

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-You'll be more than ready for it

-when you start on Monday.

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-I look forward to it.

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-I'm sure you are.

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-If you fetch your lunch and get back

-to the staff room by the bell.

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-You'll spend the afternoon

-with your heads of department.

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-Alright?

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-Right, I'll see you later then.

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-Right. Who remembers the route

-to the canteen?

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-What are you doing?

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-What are you doing?

-

-I was going to ask you the same.

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-What the hell are you doing here,

-Dylan?

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Er bod Tom yn well a phawb yn falch ei fod yn cael dod adra' o'r ysbyty, tydi pethau ddim yn dda rhwng Carys a Barry. Tension rises between Carys and Barry and Siân goes for a scan.


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