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-What are you doing?

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-Thought you'd post it

-without anyone seeing?

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-Ooh, good morning.

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-When's your next rugby training?

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-When's your next rugby training?

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-I don't know. Next week.

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-It's a pity you'll have to wait so

-long to get the other side to match.

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

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-Hiya.

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-Good morning.

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-Are you only having that?

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-What?

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-Aren't you having anything else

-for breakfast?

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-No.

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-Surely you need to eat?

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-Wil!

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-What's this?

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-What's this?

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-What's what?

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-I don't usually have these.

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-I don't usually have these.

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-That's all we have.

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-I don't want them.

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-The TV said crisps

-all come from the same factory.

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-The companies put them

-in different bags.

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-It's all a scam.

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-It's all a scam.

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-There you go.

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-I forgot to get

-the cartons you like.

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-Squash will do, won't it?

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-I'm sure that comes from the same

-factory as the crisps.

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-If your mother didn't have to pay

-for what you did to Arthur's van...

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-..she might have enough money

-to spend on lunch.

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-Don't you dare be so cheeky

-to your mother. Get to school.

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-Behave today, Robbie.

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-Have you paid Arthur?

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-Not yet.

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-Can you afford it?

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-Do you want to borrow some money?

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-Do you want to borrow some money?

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-No, I've got the cash.

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-I just haven't seen him, thanks.

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-I just haven't seen him, thanks.

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-Alright.

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-Just say if you need something.

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-Don't forget that Kelvin's planning

-to call at around 3.30pm.

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-Yes, I remember.

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-Alright.

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-I'm off.

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-I'm off.

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-Bye.

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-Ta-ra.

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-That bruise

-looks to be getting worse.

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-That's supposed to be a good thing.

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-That's supposed to be a good thing.

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-It is.

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-Great.

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-Thank you.

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-The rugby story's gone down well.

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-I wouldn't have to lie

-if my sister wasn't a thief.

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-Barry's a right pig.

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-Someone will teach him

-a lesson some day soon.

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-Will they?

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-I'll give you all your money back,

-I promise.

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-There's no hurry.

-The damage is done.

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-Wil!

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-Hey, Sophie!

-Do you have two minutes?

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-Arthur.

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-You don't happen to have

-the money for me, do you?

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-The van's in the garage,

-Rhys is expecting to be paid.

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-Children, who'd have 'em?

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-Children, who'd have 'em?

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-I've got a biro here.

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-That's no use.

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-What?

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-A cheque.

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-I've had enough trouble as it is...

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-..to have to take that to the bank

-and wait for it to clear.

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-I need the money today

-or I won't get my van back.

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-Right then, come on, sharpish.

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-Two minutes, John.

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-I'll be with you shortly.

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-It's alright, don't rush.

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-Fancy wearing a pair of shorts?

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-Fancy wearing a pair of shorts?

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-Eh?

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-Oh, no.

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-My nose is the only thing

-running these days.

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-You'll get enough exercise

-chasing the baby.

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-Oh, yes, maybe.

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-Rhys is on fire training

-for this race.

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-I heard. Are you running, Iolo?

-The race.

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-I hadn't thought of doing it.

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-It's supposed to be fun.

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-It's supposed to be fun.

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-Tell Rhys that.

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-He's out in his trainers

-more than he's home.

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-Fair play.

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-Fair play.

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-Yes.

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-It's all about protein shakes now.

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-Oh.

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-Oh.

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-Are they any good?

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-A lot of people use them

-these days...

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-..to maintain energy levels

-and help muscles after hard work.

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-It's a bit much for a 10k race.

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-They're not dangerous then?

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-They're not dangerous then?

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-No, not at all.

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-They sell them in almost every

-pharmacy. It's protein, like beans.

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-Now, those will make you run!

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-Take it.

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-There we are. Thank you.

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-So, I can rely on you

-to help Teleri find her bag.

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-Of course. I'll come and find you

-when we get hold of it.

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-Alright, thanks.

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-Is she a student teacher

-or just a student?

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-Edna.

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-What was that then?

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-We had some trouble with one

-of the students this morning.

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-Not the only one

-from what I hear.

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-Oh?

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-Your secret's safe with me,

-Miss James.

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-What secret?

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-Well, everyone does stupid things

-at university.

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-If people knew half the things

-I got up to.

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-You and Dylan.

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-What did he say?

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-As I said,

-your secret is safe with me.

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-Hywel.

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-Those forms have arrived.

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-Here we go. Thanks, Emily, bye.

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-Here we go. Thanks, Emily, bye.

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-Thanks.

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-Alright, Arthur?

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-Yes, I wanted a word with her.

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-She's got a name.

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-She's got a name.

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-Lowri!

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-She's busy.

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-She's busy.

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-I'll be two minutes.

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-Sorry about this, Dani.

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-Rhys wants his money.

-Do you have it?

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-It is.

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-I just got the money from Sophie.

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-Are you sure it's 250?

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-Are you sure it's 250?

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-Why? Rhys sets the costs.

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-It just sounds expensive.

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-Raising hooligans

-is an expensive business.

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-Thanks.

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-Don't you have a cocktail to mix?

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-How did the bouldering go?

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-It was hard but good.

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-It's a bit early for cocktails, sir.

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-It would be better for you two...

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-..to do something for a good cause

-than spend your money on booze.

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-Is it me or does she make no sense?

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-Is it me or does she make no sense?

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-The 10k race.

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-Rhys is running, you two should too.

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-Your dad said exactly the

-same thing to me this morning.

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-It's a chance for everyone

-to show they're thinking of David.

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-Are you scared of losing to Rhys?

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-Are you scared of losing to Rhys?

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-Sorry?

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-Mathew loses to me and Rhys.

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-I don't lose to either of you.

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-Well, there's only

-one way of knowing.

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-Where have you been?

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-I've been waiting for 15 minutes.

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-I've been waiting for 15 minutes.

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-Everyone has a lunch break, Arthur.

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-Some of us can't work without a van.

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-The bumper's only just arrived.

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-I had to get a second-hand one. They

-don't make new ones.

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-Will it be ready by tomorrow?

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-It will, if I get left alone.

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-Will it help if I pay now?

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-If you like.

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-It won't be any cheaper.

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-Right, well hold your hand out.

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-20, 40, 60, 80 for me

-and 420 for you.

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-Thanks, lad.

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-Your eye is coming along nicely.

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-What did your father and Rhys

-think of you being a thief?

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-Oh.

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-You haven't told them. Very smart.

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-I've got a lot of time

-for smart lads.

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-We're alright.

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-Keep an eye on your phone

-if you're not hurting too much.

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-I'll be in touch.

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-What did he want?

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-Nothing.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-The first chapter

-by the next lesson.

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-Thanks.

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-Can I have a word, please?

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-Now?

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-Is this your idea

-of being professional?

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-Sorry?

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-You told Mathew everything.

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-I didn't tell him anything

-you hadn't already told him.

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-Sorry?

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-Sorry?

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-Honestly. He knew everything, Llio.

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-You're the only one

-who could have told him.

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-I told him we knew each other

-from university.

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-You can't talk about me behind

-my back. I expected better of you.

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-Look.

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-Look.

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-Stay out of my way.

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-Alright?

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-I hope you're not training students

-to be late to class, Miss James!

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-He learned that himself,

-Mr Williams.

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-Here we go, Sian.

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-Thanks.

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-I'm glad you're not having

-a coal sandwich or something.

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-Coal!

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-No, I haven't had any cravings yet

-thankfully.

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-Terry had to drive for miles

-to find me tinned chocolate pudding.

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-Poor thing.

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-You don't know

-how lucky you are, John!

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-Sorry?

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-Sorry?

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-Sian isn't causing you any trouble.

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-Doesn't she look well?

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-Absolutely.

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-Do you want anything?

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-Did Rhys come here for lunch?

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-I didn't see him. Why?

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-Nothing. A cuppa and a ham and

-cheese sandwich to take out, please?

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-Is Rhys alright?

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-Yes, as far as I know.

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-He doesn't eat properly

-since he started running.

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-He only eats protein shakes.

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-He's taking the race seriously,

-no doubt.

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-There are sandwiches in the fridge.

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-It's amazing how much interest

-there is in the race.

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-There's a good group from the

-village running to raise money...

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-..for the intensive care unit.

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-Rhys was the first one.

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-Rhys was the first one.

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-Erin would disagree, but yes.

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-It's important to support them.

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-Yes, yes. I'm sure.

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-Hey.

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-Barry, do you have a second?

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-What's the problem?

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-These bolts are locked,

-could you pass the blowtorch?

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-It's amazing what

-a little heat will do.

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-If you say so.

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-Here you go, lads. Ready to go?

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-See you tomorrow, Wil.

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-Ta-ra.

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-I hope the other one

-doesn't look as bad.

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-Eh?

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-Oh.

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-Who was it?

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-No, I tripped.

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-It looks painful.

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-It's not too bad.

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-Bye, girls. Alright?

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-I haven't seen you for ages.

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-Sorry,

-Ryan Gosling keeps calling me.

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-Well, can Ryan Gosling

-make a Hawaiian like this?

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-Is Barry around?

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-Is Barry around?

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-No, why?

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-Just asking.

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-You're paying for this, I assume?

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-You'll have to pay me back somehow.

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-Of course.

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-Alright, Wil?

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-What did he do to you, Erin?

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-It's nothing to do with me.

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-It's nothing to do with me.

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-How did you get it?

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-Rugby.

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-Rugby.

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-On the field or in the showers?

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-Are you coming over tonight, Erin?

-I'll have finished by ten.

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-We'll see. I might have homework.

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-You might.

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-You might.

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-I have.

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-Sorry.

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-Wil.

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-What are we doing today?

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-Here's the face of a man

-who wants something.

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-I'm here to make you feel better.

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-You're still here.

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-Well, to feel like you're making

-a difference.

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-Will you sponsor me, please, Dani?

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-It's a 10k race.

-It's for a good cause.

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-It's in David's memory.

-I want to raise more than Mathew.

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-Fair play.

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-I'm already sponsoring Rhys.

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-Does that mean Mathew

-will be here looking for money too?

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-No more than 5 each.

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-Why not just give me the whole 10.

-You won't have to sponsor him!

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-The money goes to the same place.

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-The money goes to the same place.

-

-You tell me.

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-How about you, Jac?

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-Yes, why not?

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-Thank you. Lowri?

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-How much is everyone else giving?

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-They've given 10.

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-Can you put me down for 5?

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-Thanks.

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-I'll see you again. Bye.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Ta-ra.

-

-Ta-ra.

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-Oh, no!

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-Oh, no!

-

-What's wrong?

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-I've missed Kelvin's phone call.

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-He'll call back, I'm sure.

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-Yes, I'm sure he'll Skype me

-from jail tonight!

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-Thanks, Jessica.

-I'll see you tomorrow.

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-Hiya.

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-Dylan.

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-Dylan.

-

-Llio, please just two minutes.

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-I know we've got off

-on the wrong foot.

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-You could say that again.

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-I don't want things to escalate.

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-I don't know

-what that deputy's problem is.

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-I don't want my teaching career

-to start with such ill-feeling.

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-Whatever we were in the past, well.

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-We're both adults

-and we should be able to be civil.

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-True. Have you finished?

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-I've put years of work in

-to reach where I am at this school.

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-I don't want to endanger it all...

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-..because of something

-that's meaningless.

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-I don't want people staring at me...

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-..and talking about me

-behind my back in the staff room.

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-The best thing is to do

-as little as possible together.

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-Do your time at the school

-and leave and I'll be happy.

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-Don't expect any more.

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-Dylan. Sorry, I didn't know you were

-here. I wanted to see Llio.

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-I was just leaving.

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-I was just leaving.

-

-It's not a problem.

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-I don't want to interrupt anything.

-It can wait until tomorrow.

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-Bye.

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-I know.

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-Hi, Kay!

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-Hi, Kay!

-

-You didn't answer your phone.

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-To Kelvin? No, we were busy.

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-He phoned home, he won't

-get another chance for a while.

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-Has something happened?

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-Not yet.

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-He's moving to another jail.

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-Somewhere around Preston.

-It's an hour further away.

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-Thanks for not saying anything

-to Jason.

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-He can be quite similar

-to his brother.

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-There's no point in me

-going out with him.

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-Dad's right, they're idiots.

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-Dad's right, they're idiots.

-

-It's got nothing to do with Jason.

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-There's no point making some

-big dramatic response to please me.

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-That's not what it is.

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-I know I can't make

-the situation better.

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-But...

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-But...

-

-We've given the money back.

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-Nobody knows.

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-Barry thinks he's got his revenge.

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-Wil, it's all over now, isn't it?

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-You're right. Everything's fine.

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-That's what Barry said this

-afternoon. Everything's hunky-dory.

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-Rhys!

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-Rhys!

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-Rhys!

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-Rhys, are you alright? Rhys?

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Mae trafferthion Lowri yn dwysau wrth i Arthur ddod i chwilio am ei arian i dalu am y difrod achosodd Robbie ac Owain. Lowri's troubles deepen as Arthur comes searching for the money.


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