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Mae Mathew yn benderfynol o wneud bywyd yn anodd i Dylan yn yr ysgol - ac mae ganddo gwpl o bethau i'w dweud wrth Jim. Mathew is determined to make life difficult for Dylan at s...


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-Rhys, are you alright? Rhys?

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-Hey!

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-Listen, Chelle,

-it's the sound of money!

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-Eat it.

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-Good boy.

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-Good boy.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Hello?

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-Oh, hello.

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-No, it's not too early.

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-Oh, great.

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-Thanks for saying.

-I really enjoyed the work.

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-I can send you more ideas

-in the post today.

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-I've got one material in particular

-you'll like.

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-Great, I'll put the swatch

-in the post with the new plans.

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-Thanks, bye!

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-Good news?

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-They loved the job

-and want more ideas.

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-Great.

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-I have to send them

-a parcel this morning.

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-Can I borrow 10 to post it?

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-No problem.

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-Take this.

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-Buy a bottle of something nice to

-celebrate too.

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-Thanks, I'll pay you back.

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-Thanks, I'll pay you back.

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-Hey, it's our money.

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-Thanks.

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-Is it alright?

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-Is it alright?

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-Yes.

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-You're not just feeding your body.

-Your brain needs food too.

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-Dad!

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-Accidents happen because people

-don't concentrate.

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-It was an accident.

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-I put the blow torch near the tyre,

-it could have happened to anyone.

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-That smells good.

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-Why the full breakfast?

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-Why the full breakfast?

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-It's for Rhys.

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-You don't need it. He needs more

-than powder and water.

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-At least it isn't burnt.

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-I have to go. If you want a lift

-to school, now is the time.

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-I'll take the car, thanks.

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-I'll take the car, thanks.

-

-I'll come with you.

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-Thank you.

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-Thank you.

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-Take it all.

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-Right, then.

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-Try to keep your mind on work, Rhys.

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-Listen.

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-Is it possible

-you're running too much?

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-I hear it can become an obsession

-for people.

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-I'm not going to stop, I enjoy it.

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-Would it help if I didn't run today?

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-That's something.

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-Do you understand you're lucky to

-have a garage to go back to?

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-I do and I've said sorry.

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-Alright, fine.

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-Be careful.

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-Do you want this?

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-Are you looking for something that

-got lost in the post, Arthur?

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-Shouldn't you be wiping

-someone's sick somewhere?

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-There's not many days left of

-cleaning toilets for this company.

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-Why?

-Have you lost your rubber gloves?

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-It's great

-that they mix paths and roads.

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-It's lucky I'm an all rounder.

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-As far as I can see, your stomach is

-the only round thing!

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-Coming from a man

-who's only ever run a bath.

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-You could come with us, Dad.

-It's only six miles.

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-We're going around the course slowly

-tonight.

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-Don't forget Guto Nyth Bran, lads.

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-Don't forget Guto Nyth Bran, lads.

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-Didn't he beat the horse?

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-Yes.

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-And died crossing the line.

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-And died crossing the line.

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-How long do you think on the day?

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-40-45 minutes?

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-40-45 minutes?

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-45 for you, maybe.

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-My money's on this guy.

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-Alright, Rhys? Have you seen this?

-The 10k race course.

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-Great. Is it hard?

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-Not for you.

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-There are two steep hills but other

-than that, it's quite easy.

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-We're going around the course

-tonight if you fancy it.

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-I'm taking today off.

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-Mathew wants to practice

-before all of you.

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-What?

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-You're late.

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-You're late.

-

-Dear me.

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-Watch the deputy

-doesn't tell you off!

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-Get to your lessons, now!

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-How's it going? Is Miss James

-looking after you?

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-Yes, she is.

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-Thanks.

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-I'm sure you know

-what I'm going to ask you, Llio.

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-Well...

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-Have you decided what you're doing

-about this trip to St Fagans?

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-Yes, unfortunately...

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-Yes, unfortunately...

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-Please agree to it.

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-We all know that Meirwen Ellis

-isn't the most organised person.

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-I'd be grateful to you forever

-if you share the load.

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-The sixth form open evening

-is the following week.

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-That's the following week.

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-Llio.

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-I knew you wouldn't let me down.

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-Meirwen has all the information.

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-Hey!

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-Hey!

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-Thank you.

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-A coffee to take away,

-please, Mam?

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-Coffee for me too, Glenda.

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-Where are you going?

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-I've got three clients at the

-Hafod Y Llan care home. It's far.

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-I can barely afford the petrol

-to get there and back.

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-Is it that tight for you?

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-No.

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-The school thinks I'm made of money.

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-They want 80 for a trip

-to St Fagans.

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-The furthest I went

-on a school trip was Holyhead.

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-I bought jelly babies in Woolworths.

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-Things have changed

-since our time, Philip.

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-I hear St Fagans is worth seeing.

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-I hear St Fagans is worth seeing.

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-It's an educational place.

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-It's not like they're being taken

-to the fair in Rhyl.

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-They can wait a while for the money.

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-I've only just paid Arthur

-to get his van repaired.

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-Your father will pay

-for Owain to go on the trip.

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-Sorry?

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-You said St Fagans was worth seeing,

-Terry.

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-Alright, come on, give me that ball.

-You're not at home, Steven.

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-Simon!

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-Simon!

-

-Simon.

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-Alright, in you go.

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-That's enough!

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-I can hear you upstairs!

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-Get in to class one at a time,

-quietly.

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-Poor Mr Roberts

-is new to this school.

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-None of your rubbish, right!

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-Sometimes, you have to be firmer.

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-That comes with experience.

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-Will you be alright, lad?

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-Yes.

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks, bye!

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-Ken!

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-You've got a fare from the station.

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-This St Fagans sounds interesting.

-I only heard about it this morning.

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-It's a collection of old things.

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-Sounds like your darts nights.

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-Why are you thinking about that

-place?

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-Terry, Glenda and Sophie mentioned

-the place in the cafe earlier.

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-Owain's going on a school trip.

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-Hey, do you think Robbie's supposed

-to go too?

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-I haven't heard anything.

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-Do you think Lowri didn't tell us

-because she can't afford it?

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-I don't know.

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-Are they in the same set at school?

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-Are they in the same set at school?

-

-PHONE RINGS

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-Maybe not everyone's allowed to go.

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-The less Robbie does

-with that sneaky Owain the better.

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-K-Kabs.

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-Alright, mate?

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-Yes.

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-Thanks for the other day.

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-It was nothing. The smell's gone.

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-It was nothing. The smell's gone.

-

-Yes.

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-You know when I found you.

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-You know when I found you.

-

-Yes.

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-You were out of it on your back.

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-What happened?

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-Umm.

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-Listen, if you're diabetic or

-something, you can tell me.

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-No.

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-I'm not sure what it was.

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-Just one of those things.

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-I was tired and had

-a bit of a temperature.

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-If you're sure.

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-I am, I'm certain. Thanks.

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-Alright.

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-Shout next time if you want

-to set the place on fire.

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-Will do.

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-We work here.

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-We work here.

-

-I know you do but...

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-This doesn't make sense.

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-Thanks, Dave, I'll sort it out.

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-Mr and Mrs Williams,

-how can I help you?

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-We're supposed to be cleaning and

-that gorilla wouldn't let us in.

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-Didn't Fiona get in touch?

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-Didn't Fiona get in touch?

-

-Why?

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-Unfortunately, we won't be needing

-your services again.

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-Won't need our service?

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-Won't need our service?

-

-You can't do that!

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-I'm sorry.

-Excuse me, I've got a meeting.

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-Hold on, you can't sack us

-out of nowhere like that.

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-Hey! This isn't right!

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-Open up, you idiot!

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-.

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-Ah!

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-Thanks.

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-I'm sorry about this.

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-I won't be two minutes.

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-It's not a problem, Mathew.

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-Should I be worried?

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-No, it's nothing serious.

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-It's a bit awkward.

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-Oh.

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-I wanted to draw your attention...

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-..to something

-that could become a problem.

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-Right.

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-I've noticed that

-one of the students...

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-..is having trouble

-controlling his class.

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-I see. Which one?

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-This is where things

-become a little unfortunate.

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-Dylan Roberts.

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-Dylan Roberts.

-

-Oh.

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-I'm sorry.

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-I understand you know the family.

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-He can't be expected

-to be brilliant at everything.

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-His lack of experience...

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-..well, it's clear

-in terms of discipline.

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-You surprise me.

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-I would have thought he'd have

-followed Elgan, his father.

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-He was very disciplined.

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-You let me know soon enough.

-We can do something about it.

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-Of course.

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-We only want the best for them.

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-We only want the best for them.

-

-Absolutely, Mathew. Thanks.

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-You're welcome.

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-Nobody could have complained.

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-You could have eaten your food off

-the floor there.

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-You try harder to make a good

-impression at the start.

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-We couldn't be too expensive because

-he's agreed on a price.

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-He got a bargain to be honest.

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-What are our rights, Wyn?

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-He can't sack us like that, can he?

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-It all depends on what it says

-in your work contract.

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-I take it you have a contract.

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-You have something on paper.

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-Oh, well. Good luck with that then.

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-# Run, run, run

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-# Pull down the roof

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-# We're beating down the...

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-# Run, run, run away

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-# We are the fire behind the smoke

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-# We are the fire behind the smoke #

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-Come on, Wil.

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-Wil.

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-You'd think there was a better way

-to chop onions.

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-I'm here now.

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-Tell me what you want

-and I'll bring it home.

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-Alright.

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-I was only trying to be nice.

-Make your own lunch.

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-Move it.

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-I don't know what's wrong with him.

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-He's been a real baby since he got

-that black eye "playing rugby".

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-Hiya, thanks.

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-Did you find the post?

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-Yes, I hope he's happy

-with the ideas.

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-I saw Arthur earlier.

-He's still going on about his coat.

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-That cheap thing

-from his market stock?

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-He says it was expensive to fix.

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-He says it was expensive to fix.

-

-Yes, I'm sure.

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-What happened to the money. You

-haven't said anything.

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-I got it back.

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-I got it back.

-

-Did you?

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-Yes, someone posted it

-through the shop's door.

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-Why would someone do that?

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-I don't know.

-Some people have a conscience.

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-Or maybe it was fear.

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-Or maybe it was fear.

-

-When were you going to tell me?

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-I thought I had. Sorry.

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-I thought I had. Sorry.

-

-You're a strange thing, Barry.

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-Very odd.

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-Dylan, I've told you.

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-Llio.

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-Llio.

-

-I've told you.

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-I've just been with Jim.

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-I've just been with Jim.

-

-Why?

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-He wanted to see me.

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-Someone told him they thought

-I can't control a class.

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-It wasn't me

-if that's what you're suggesting.

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-I know that, Llio.

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-I've got a pretty good idea

-who has been complaining.

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-There's something else.

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-Ah, here you are.

-What do you think, Miss James?

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-About what?

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-I've only just seen Llio.

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-You haven't had a chance

-to share the good news.

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-Go home, Simon.

-Don't make more trouble.

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-Mathew, could you come here.

-You need to hear this.

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-Oh, right.

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-I was going to tell Miss James

-that Dylan's agreed...

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-..to be part of the St Fagans trip.

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-It will be a good experience

-for everyone.

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-I'm going to start supper, Ken.

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-Is Robbie going on this school trip?

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-Is Robbie going on this school trip?

-

-What trip?

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-Some museum somewhere.

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-Not that I know of. Why?

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-Ken heard Sophie

-say Owain was going.

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-We don't think Robbie

-should miss out.

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-I haven't heard a thing.

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-If you're struggling and who

-wouldn't after Arthur and his van.

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-We'll pay for the trip.

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-An early or late birthday present,

-whatever you want to call it.

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-Sorry, Kay, thanks and everything

-but if there is a trip...

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-..Robbie isn't going anywhere

-near a bus.

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-It's not because I can't afford it.

-He doesn't deserve to go.

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-He needs to learn a lesson.

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-What if he gets behind at school

-because he didn't go?

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-It could do him some good.

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-It could do him some good.

-

-Robbie is my responsibility.

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-I'll make sure he doesn't miss out

-but it's my decision.

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-I don't want to fight with you.

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-I mean it, alright?

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-I mean it, alright?

-

-Alright.

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-I won't ask again.

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-There are empty hours in this now.

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-We'd lost three or four houses

-before that.

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-What do we do, Meical?

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-What do we do, Meical?

-

-We can't carry on like this.

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-Typical!

-We've just bought a new Hoover.

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-You'll be fine.

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-You always find new customers.

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-Maybe but just think that a big

-company can sack us like that.

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-I really thought

-things were going well for us.

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-Are you sure you didn't say

-something to him...

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-..last time we were there?

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-..last time we were there?

-

-What is that supposed to mean?

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-Nothing. It's just strange.

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-And it's my fault.

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-All I'm saying...

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-All I'm saying...

-

-Hey, stop it!

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-At least you know loads of people

-have dirty, messy houses.

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-You're going to get more work.

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-You're going to get more work.

-

-What do we do until then?

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-Sit by the phone?

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-Or do I go stand out on the road

-asking for a show of hands...

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-.."who's got a dirty house?"

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-Supper's in half an hour.

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-Supper's in half an hour.

-

-Alright.

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-Milk?

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-No? You don't want milk.

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-Robbie?

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-Can I speak to you for a minute?

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-What's this?

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-A letter from school.

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-Why didn't you give it to me?

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-Why didn't you give it to me?

-

-There's no point.

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-Why? Because you know you can't go?

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-Why? Because you know you can't go?

-

-No.

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-Then why?

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-Then why?

-

-I know you can't afford it.

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-If I'd have asked

-it would have made things worse.

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-It doesn't matter.

-I don't want to go.

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-If you wanted to go,

-you don't deserve to.

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-You wouldn't be going even if we

-could afford it. Do you understand?

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-I do.

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-He's dreaming away.

-He'll sleep like a log tonight.

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-Why didn't you tell me

-you got the money back?

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-I thought I had.

-I must have forgotten.

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-Forget? It was the only thing

-on your mind for days.

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-You were like a wild man

-threatening Arthur and Jason.

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-I've got it back now.

-It doesn't matter.

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-There was something dodgy about

-that money from the start.

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-Was there really?

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-I don't remember you complaining

-about the new kitchen and bathroom.

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-You were happy to take my money

-this morning to post your stuff.

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-Either take it or don't.

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-You can't decide it's alright

-one minute and dodgy the next.

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Mae Mathew yn benderfynol o wneud bywyd yn anodd i Dylan yn yr ysgol - ac mae ganddo gwpl o bethau i'w dweud wrth Jim. Mathew is determined to make life difficult for Dylan at school.