Pennod 19 Rownd a Rownd


Pennod 19

Yn yr ysgol mae noson agored y chweched wedi cyrraedd ac mae Llio'n teimlo'r pwysau. At school, everything is set up for the sixth form open evening and Llio is feeling the pres...


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-David would be so proud of you.

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-# Go to school like an obedient boy

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-# Go to school like a good boy

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-# Keep going once you're home

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-# You can sleep in the summer #

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-How does it feel to be 21?

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-Exactly the same as being 20.

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-I had to get up this morning.

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-Check this out!

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-At least you've

-got a night off tonight.

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-Barry will have to do

-something for a change. Wow!

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-Do you like it?

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-Do you like it?

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-I won't ever be late again!

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-Whatever. It's waterproof too.

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-Thanks, babes.

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-You're welcome.

-Where do you fancy going tonight?

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-The pub?

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-The pub?

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-I'll go straight home from school.

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-I'll come over after.

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-I'll come over after.

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-Thanks for the gifts.

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-That's the best gift.

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-That's the best gift.

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-So far!

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-Purple or blue, Chelle?

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-Purple or blue, Chelle?

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-Eh?

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-A tie for the meeting.

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-Meical, we've got hours to go.

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-I don't know how you can be so cool.

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-If we were both the same, they might

-think we had something to hide.

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-You're acting guilty.

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-You're acting guilty.

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-I can't help it. I'm nervous.

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-Nervous about what?

-Why are you dressed up?

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-We've got an interview

-this afternoon.

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-Another one?

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-Another one?

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-Yes, a big company.

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-It's an important contract.

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-Shouldn't you go back to school?

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-Shouldn't you go back to school?

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-I'm going now.

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-Are you coming tonight?

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-Are you coming tonight?

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-Tonight?

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-The sixth form open evening.

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-Clever enough

-for sixth form now, are you?

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-Don't worry, we'll be there.

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-Don't worry, we'll be there.

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-I'll see you later.

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-Bye, love.

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-Right, purple or blue?

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-Yoo-hoo.

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-I'm here.

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-Oh, hi!

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-Is your car in?

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-I didn't see anything.

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-No. No, it isn't.

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-I've brought the sponsorship money

-from the salon's customers for Rhys.

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-The salon rounded it up.

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-The salon rounded it up.

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-Thanks, I'm sure he'll be happy.

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-I'll make sure he gets it.

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-I'd rather give it to him myself.

-I barely saw him after the race.

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-Where is he?

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-Where is he?

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-I have no idea.

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-# Put your hands in mine

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-# Aim your strength

-in my direction #

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-I bet he's out running again.

-I'd put my mortgage on it.

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-The race has been.

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-That's what I told him

-but he's still going.

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-Well, a little exercise

-never hurt anyone.

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-What Rhys is doing

-is far from a little.

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-I think it's becoming an obsession.

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-I think it's becoming an obsession.

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-Are you?

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-I've shouted, pleaded, sulked.

-He doesn't listen.

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-He was very emotional

-at the end of the race.

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-I thought that was because

-he was running for David.

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-He was raising money

-in David's memory.

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-I think he's running to forget.

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-Not to forget David

-but to forget his grief.

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-Oh, sorry.

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-I didn't realize it was so bad.

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-I'm sorry for carrying on.

-You don't want to discuss this.

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-No, it's fine. Don't worry.

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-I'll tell him you called by.

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-Yes, thanks.

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-Another day is over then.

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-For some, maybe.

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-I just had a lesson with 9E. I was

-lucky to get out of there alive.

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-Did you want something, Dylan?

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-I've got a lot to do

-before the open evening.

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-Of course, sorry.

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-I wanted to check you were happy

-with the PowerPoint presentation.

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-I am.

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-I'm just as happy as the last time

-you asked. Thanks, again.

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-Is there something you want me

-to do for this St Fagan's trip?

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-I'll worry about the trip after

-I stop worrying about tonight.

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-One thing at a time.

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-One thing at a time.

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-Quite right.

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-Are you sure I look OK, Chelle?

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-Shut up about your clothes.

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-We're at the tax office,

-not on a Paris catwalk.

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-It's important to make

-a good impression.

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-Llio.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Yes.

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-Do you need anything else

-before tonight?

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-No, I think we've got everything.

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-I'll go down to the hall

-to see how things are shaping up.

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-I'll join you.

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-I want to make sure everything's

-alright with the computer.

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-Aren't you staying

-for the open evening, Dylan?

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-I wasn't intending to.

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-I can stay

-if you think it's a good idea.

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-It would be a valuable experience.

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-An extra pair of hands

-is always useful.

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-Yes, it is.

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-Two of these, Glenda.

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-And a chocolate one for me, please.

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-And a chocolate one for me, please.

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-To take out?

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-Yes.

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-How long will this open evening be?

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-How long will this open evening be?

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-I don't know.

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-Those things can drag on.

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-Great.

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-If you're going to be like that,

-I'd rather you didn't come.

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-You've been moaning all day.

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-Vince is covering for me

-so I may as well come.

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-I hope there's a cuppa

-and something to eat.

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-Hey.

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-Alright?

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-Thanks to you too.

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-Hello, Glenda.

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-A strong coffee to go, please.

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-A strong coffee to go, please.

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-You need some energy after the race.

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-Well done.

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-Thanks.

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-I'm sure you were sore

-all over the next morning.

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-Not really.

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-Hi, Glenda. One black tea, please.

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-Hi, Glenda. One black tea, please.

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-Alright.

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-I don't know how anyone can drink

-tea without milk. Disgusting.

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-Yes.

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-I've got sponsorship money

-for you from the salon.

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-Come over to fetch it tonight

-once you've finished in the garage.

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-I may as well take it from you now.

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-Sorry, it's at the house

-for safekeeping.

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-I'm working late tonight, sorry.

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-So am I. I'll see you at seven.

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-I'll pop over after work then.

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-Yes, great.

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-What's wrong with everyone today?

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-Everyone's in a bad mood.

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-Mmm, yes.

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-Yes, the thing is, you see...

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-..we've been working on the house.

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-There may be a few things missing.

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-Yes, but there are several

-incongruities here.

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-I'm sorry, what?

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-Inconsistencies, irregularities.

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-The diary shows appointments.

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-There are no receipts for the work.

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-There's money charged here for work

-that doesn't appear in the balance.

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-Meical didn't want to mention it.

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-We lost a member

-of our family last year.

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-Chelle.

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-David, Meical's brother.

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-He was our financial adviser.

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-We lost a member of our family...

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-..but it was a loss

-that affected the business too.

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-Um, he still hasn't got over it

-to be honest.

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-I'm very sorry for your loss.

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-These records go back for years.

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-Look.

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-A few people may have paid us...

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-..the odd 10 or 20 in cash

-over the years.

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-It's possible we've forgotten

-to give out receipts to a few.

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-But we haven't done it deliberately.

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-We're honest people.

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-Honestly.

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-Then how do you explain this?

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-That moron

-from the offices reported us.

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-How could you be so stupid?

-Why do something so stupid?

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-You've taken cash

-from people over the years.

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-Not a big company with accountants.

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-I've got no idea

-how big a fine we'll get.

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-Well done, Chelle. Well done.

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-You were happy to take the money

-on the day.

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-I didn't know you'd offered

-to do it cheaper for cash!

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-I'm ready.

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-Wow!

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-You have to make an effort

-sometimes.

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-Won't you be cold?

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-You look lovely, Erin.

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-Sorry, didn't I mention it?

-They're coming with us.

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-We thought about going out

-for food over the weekend.

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-As you're going tonight, I thought

-it would be nice to go together.

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-What about the pizza place?

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-What about the pizza place?

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-We can close for one night.

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-Let's get going!

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-Jason!

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-It was only supposed

-to be you and me tonight.

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-Mam insisted.

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-Barry might pay

-so it could be a free meal!

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-PA FEEDBACK

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-There's a good crowd here,

-Miss James.

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-A prospectus for you.

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-See you later.

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-Kylie, Kay. A prospectus for you.

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-It's got information

-on all the courses we offer.

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-Do you have any questions?

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-Do you have any questions?

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-Can I get a cup of tea?

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-Yes, behind you.

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-Hey.

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-Alright?

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-I didn't think

-you'd be here tonight.

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-I thought you might want

-a bit of support...

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-..and an extra pair of hands.

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-Great, thanks.

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-Welcome to Ysgol Glanrafon.

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-I like a dopiaza.

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-My stomach doesn't agree

-with too many onions. I get gassy.

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-Not everyone wants

-to know that, Arthur.

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-I was only saying.

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-Shall we order a few things

-and share?

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-Why does everyone share

-when they go for an Indian?

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-I wouldn't ask for a bit

-of your Chelsea bun in the cafe!

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-A biryani for me.

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-A biryani for me.

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-Me too.

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-Oh, we're ready.

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-Order whatever you want. I'm paying.

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-Order whatever you want. I'm paying.

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-Ideal.

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-No, Mam. I'll pay.

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-Oh, Barry.

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-Good lad. Three poppadoms for me.

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-I'll need another one of these.

-Actually, make it a bottle.

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-I'm on my own tonight.

-Do you want a cuppa or a beer?

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-No, thanks. Dad's made supper.

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-Do you have the sponsorship money?

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-Um, it's here somewhere.

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-How did the race go?

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-As you saw,

-I made a fool of myself at the end.

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-At least I finished.

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-David would be very proud of you.

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-You can put your feet up now!

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-Why? I enjoy running.

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-Of course.

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-But there is such a thing

-as doing too much.

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-And, well...

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-..recently...

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-..you haven't been looking yourself.

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-Sorry?

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-I enjoy running.

-It makes me feel better.

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-Better than what?

-Why do you need to feel better?

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-It's clear that David's left

-a huge hole in your life.

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-Trying to fill that hole

-with running isn't going to work.

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-Do you have the sponsorship money?

-I'm not here to be psychoanalysed.

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-You're right,

-it's nothing to do with me.

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-It's clear that you're in pain.

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-I think you need help.

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-It's a bit too hot for me.

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-I told you to take the korma.

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-Mam and Carys might want more.

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-I'm sure Barry

-can afford another one!

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-Is it time for gifts?

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-This is from

-both your mother and me.

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-It's something special for you.

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-You're only 21 once!

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-It's not cheap either.

-It's silver-plated.

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-Hmm, yes, thanks.

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-There's money in the envelope

-for you to buy something you like.

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-Thanks, Mam.

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-This is from Tom, Carys and me.

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-Thanks.

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-We've got the receipt

-if you want to change it.

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-Change it? It's amazing, look!

-This must be worth hundreds.

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-It is.

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-Don't wear it for work.

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-What I'll do is wear the one

-you gave me from day to day.

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-I can wear this one to go out.

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-Do as you like.

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-I don't know what to say.

-Thanks, Barry.

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-You're very generous.

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-He is, if you stay on his good side.

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-That's that over.

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-How about pudding?

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-How about pudding?

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-What's wrong with you?

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-Wise up.

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-I hope everyone enjoyed

-the tour of the sixth form block...

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-..and the exhibition in the hall

-by different departments.

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-I hope you've had enough

-opportunities to ask questions.

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-Before I introduce Llio James,

-the Head of Sixth Form....

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-..I'd like to draw your attention

-to some important points...

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-..you'll need to consider.

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-..you'll need to consider.

-

-Oh!

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-Take your top off.

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-What?

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-What?

-

-Take it off.

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-Thanks.

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-Alright?

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-Before I bore you all,

-here's Miss Llio James.

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-Who's coming to Copa then?

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-Thanks for the offer but some

-of us are working in the morning.

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-A few of us have had enough!

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-This man's ready for bed too.

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-We can go for one, can't we?

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-Why don't we take Tom

-and you have more than one?

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-Thanks, Iris.

-I don't want to ruin your night.

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-We'll see you soon then.

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-You'll have to let him go sometime.

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-Nothing's going to happen to him.

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-One drink then.

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-I'll have to watch where I put that.

-There are thieves everywhere.

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-Thanks for coming tonight.

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-I look forward to seeing Britney

-in the sixth form.

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-Oh, thanks.

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-Thank heavens that's over.

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-What a wonderful night.

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-Well done, Llio.

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-Yet another outstanding performance.

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-Yet another outstanding performance.

-

-Thanks.

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-You won't go far wrong if you take

-a leaf out of Llio's book, Dylan.

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-I'm going to find the caretaker,

-let him know we've finished.

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-You should have worn your pants

-over your trousers like Superman.

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-You saved me tonight.

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-I'm just glad you didn't pour coffee

-over your trousers.

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-I don't think they'd suit me!

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-I've put the computer away.

-Do you want any help here?

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-Thanks, we're almost done.

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-Thanks, we're almost done.

-

-I'll help.

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-You've done enough to help, go home!

-We'll be five minutes.

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-I'll see you tomorrow.

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-I'll see you tomorrow.

-

-Yes, bye.

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-Right, come on.

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-Let me take your photo.

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-You're not taking a photo of me!

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-What's wrong?

0:18:230:18:25

-Why are you in a bad mood?

0:18:250:18:27

-I thought it was

-just you and me tonight.

0:18:270:18:30

-Stop complaining, Erin.

0:18:300:18:32

-It's my birthday. You've had food

-and plenty of drink for free.

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-I thought I was supposed to

-drink too much on my birthday.

0:18:390:18:42

-I'll have a word.

-I'm going now anyway.

0:18:420:18:44

-Thanks.

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-Thanks.

-

-Happy birthday.

0:18:450:18:46

-I'm off now, Erin.

-Do you want to sit with Jason?

0:18:500:18:53

-It is his birthday after all.

0:18:540:18:55

-It is his birthday after all.

-

-Is Barry going home?

0:18:550:18:57

-No.

0:18:570:18:58

-No.

-

-If he's staying, I'm going.

0:18:580:19:00

-What on earth is wrong

-with you tonight, Erin?

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-You're so blind.

0:19:040:19:06

-You're so blind.

-

-What do you mean?

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-That horrible partner of yours.

-Barry's a right thug.

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-He's nasty with his mouth

-and his fists.

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-You've got no idea

-who you live with.

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Yn yr ysgol mae noson agored y chweched wedi cyrraedd ac mae Llio'n teimlo'r pwysau. At school, everything is set up for the sixth form open evening and Llio is feeling the pressure.


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