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Mae hi'n ddiwrnod mawr i Robbie a'i ffrindiau wrth iddynt gychwyn ar y trip i Sain Ffagan. It's a great day for Robbie and his friends as they embark on their school trip to St ...


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-I think I need help, Dad.

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-Real help.

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-Good morning.

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-Good morning.

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-Good morning.

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-Are you looking forward to it?

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-I was.

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-Oh, great.

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-"Tonight?"

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-No, but you can't just take

-the money like that.

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-No, but...

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-Please.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Hi, Mam, are you alright?

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-What?

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-Oh, right.

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-No, I'll have to take her

-into the salon with me.

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-No, no.

-Robbie's going on his trip today.

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-It doesn't matter.

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-Nain says "hello", Robbie.

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-He says "hello" too.

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-Get under the covers.

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-I'll call you later.

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-Alright, bye!

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-Fair play to Ken and Kay.

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-Don't spend it on rubbish.

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-We'll see.

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-Right then, madam.

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-Let's get your shoes on.

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-Let's get your shoes on.

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-No.

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-Oh, you need new shoes, don't you?

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-Owain's leaving now.

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-I have to go.

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-Where are you going?

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-Enjoy yourself and behave.

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-Phone me when you get there

-so I know you've arrived safely.

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-Alright.

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-MESSAGE ALERT

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-Someone's girlfriend is up early.

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-Eh?

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-Eh?

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-Do you want a lift to school?

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-If you tell me who was on the phone.

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-If you tell me who was on the phone.

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-Walk then.

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-Bye.

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-Yes, bye.

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-How are you this morning?

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-How are you this morning?

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-I don't know, really.

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-I don't want to go to the garage.

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-I didn't think you would.

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-We're all worried about you.

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-I know.

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-I'll head down to the garage

-this morning to sort things.

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-I'll rearrange the customers.

-Don't worry about it.

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-Thanks.

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-I don't want to be nosy.

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-Have you thought more about speaking

-to someone or getting some help?

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-Yes.

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-And?

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-Sian's coming over later.

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-Sian?

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-I'm so sorry about this, Dani.

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-Kay said she won't be long.

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-Kay said she won't be long.

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-It's fine.

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-Britney texted when they left

-Ron's pub this morning.

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-It's nice to watch Mam

-work, isn't it, Mia?

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-Thanks, she won't be any trouble.

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-Have you managed to change

-the appointments?

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-Yes, we'll need some

-conditioner quickly...

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-..I forgot to tell Philip when

-he went to the cash and carry.

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-Jac forgot to tell him.

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-Jac forgot to tell him.

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-I'll get some from town.

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-Have you heard from Jac?

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-Have you heard from Jac?

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-Yes.

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-He texted to say

-he'd arrived safely.

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-He called earlier.

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-He called earlier.

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-Did he?

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-Yes, his father's a little better.

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-But things are still not good.

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-He's staying to help his sister.

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-I'm sure it was nice

-to drop him off.

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-It did feel like I'd helped.

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-Lucky Ken couldn't take him.

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-You didn't ask Ken.

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-You didn't ask Ken.

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-It was nice to say a proper goodbye.

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-Hiya.

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-How are you?

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-Get on the bus.

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-Hiya.

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-Right, I think he's got everything.

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-Look after him, will you?

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-Look after him, will you?

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-Owain will be fine, won't you?

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-Come here!

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-Come here!

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-What?

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-Behave yourself now.

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-Behave yourself now.

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-Mummy's boy.

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-A kiss for mummy's boy?

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-Ready, Dylan?

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-Ready, Dylan?

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-Yes.

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-This'll be an experience.

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-This'll be an experience.

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-Yes, hopefully.

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-Keep them off the beer.

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-Of course.

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-And the pupils too.

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-Is everyone here, Miss James?

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-Is everyone here, Miss James?

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-Um, Tomos Huws.

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-He'll be here.

-Late is his middle name.

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-Hold on a second.

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-Look at these. Do you like those?

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-Come on.

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-Slow down, boys. There's no hurry.

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-If you keep me a seat on the bus,

-I'll put your bag in.

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-I'm going to bed.

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-I'm going to bed.

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-After school!

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-What? We've been stuck there

-since this morning.

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-You're going.

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-We only have Welsh and PE.

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-We only have Welsh and PE.

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-Oh.

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-Miss James and Mathew Parry

-are on Robbie's trip.

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-We won't have lessons.

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-We won't have lessons.

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-Then you can sleep there.

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-Don't look at me.

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-She's going and you're going.

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-If it was up to me,

-you could stay home.

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-A good way to end the trip.

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-A good way to end the trip.

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-There we are, Mam.

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-Go and get changed, don't argue.

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-Do you have a key?

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-No.

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-Are you working this afternoon?

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-No, there's no rush.

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-I don't have to go to school.

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-Kay, does that kettle still work?

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

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-Barry was here earlier.

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-I haven't seen him.

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-How's Nain's boy today?

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-He's good, thank you, aren't you?

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-He's good, thank you, aren't you?

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-Good boy.

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-Hiya!

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-Are you spending the day with Mam?

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-Are you spending the day with Mam?

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-Kay has just got back from Newport.

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-We're giving her two minutes to

-recover and then Mia's going over.

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-Whose are these fancy shoes?

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-They're wonderful.

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-Look, girls!

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-Aren't they grand.

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-Didn't Mair have ones like those?

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-Yes, exactly the same.

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-They grow and go through shoes

-so fast it's ridiculous.

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-I took a whole host

-of Mair's clothes and things...

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-..to a charity shop yesterday.

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-If you'd said, Lowri, I'd have

-given you first refusal.

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-Sometimes, I just don't think.

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-Sometimes, I just don't think.

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-Thanks, Glenda. Next time maybe.

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-I love charity shops.

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-They're cheap and a good way

-to recycle things.

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-I've got a few vintage things too.

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-But you never know

-where things have come from.

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-Let's go and find Kay, Mia.

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-I thought you'd phone

-when you got back.

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-We just got back.

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-We just got back.

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-Yes, of course.

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-Did you expect me to finish in Copa?

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-I was going to call you.

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-How was it?

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-Good.

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-Good.

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-Dad's pub is great.

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-He's made it posh and a lot of local

-people are supporting him.

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-I was surprised it was so full.

-Pubs keep closing.

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-He sends his regards.

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-He sends his regards.

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-Really?

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-He looks good.

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-I think he's lost weight.

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-You'd be like a greyhound

-if you were as busy as him.

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-You're worried about Ron being too

-busy! We're late for Sylvia Roberts!

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-Welcome home.

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-Rhys, Sian is here.

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-Thanks, I hope you don't think it

-was my idea to drag you over.

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-Not at all.

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-I'm glad he called.

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-It's part of my job.

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-Someone always needs help.

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-Hiya.

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-Alright, Rhys?

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-Right, a cuppa.

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-I've got these phone numbers

-for you.

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-They are all trauma advisors.

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-We use them at work.

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-Victim support and what not.

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-Victim support and what not.

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-Thanks.

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-She is great, Olwen Jones.

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-She speaks Welsh.

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-She was very good with me

-when we lost Nel.

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-She was easy to talk to.

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks, Sian.

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-There's plenty of help available.

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-You only need to ask.

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-Alright?

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Is there a problem, Robbie?

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-Is there a problem, Robbie?

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-My bag isn't there.

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-There's nothing left.

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-Have you left it on the bus?

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-Have you left it on the bus?

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-I left it by the boot.

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-We've got a problem.

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-Yes, I know.

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-Eh?

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-Robbie's lost his bag.

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-Oh, right, well.

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-We'll sort something out.

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-Head inside.

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-Head inside.

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-But, sir.

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-Robbie.

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-Right, what's your problem?

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-It's our problem.

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-It's our problem.

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-Sorry.

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-Meirwen, the idiot,

-cancelled her room.

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-Typical!

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-Book another one then.

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-There's no room.

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-Where do I sleep?

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-Thanks.

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-Thanks, bye!

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-Don't close it, I need change!

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-How's it going?

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-Tell him, Lowri.

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-Tell him, Lowri.

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-What's wrong?

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-The head teacher called me earlier.

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-He found Robbie's bag on the yard.

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-He was supposed to take it with him.

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-That's all his clothes.

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-That's all his clothes.

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-Poor thing, I'm sure he'll be fine.

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-Conditioner. Philip!

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-Conditioner. Philip!

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-A bad memory runs in the family!

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-I forgot to say, we need more

-conditioner...

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-..the next time you go

-to the cash and carry.

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-We've got some for now.

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-We've got some for now.

-

-Right.

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-Are you alright?

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-Look.

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-Robbie will be fine.

-Does he change his pants at home?

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-No, I just wanted to ask something.

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-I wanted to ask you for a favour.

-It's a big one.

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-Sorry, um...

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-Could I get a sub

-on my pay this week?

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-Oh.

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-Yes, well, with Kelvin away.

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-Right. I understand. No problem.

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-Thanks.

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-It's just um...

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-Is there something else?

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-No, no, just, um...

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-Look.

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-Lowri, come through for a second.

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-Why are we going to St Fagan?

-We could have gone somewhere better.

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-Panic over, I think.

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-Panic over, I think.

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-They found you a room.

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-Not quite.

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-They've got me a camp bed.

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-I'll be in with you.

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-What?

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-No, Mathew.

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-What do you expect me to do?

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-I have to sleep somewhere.

-I promise not to snore.

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-Everyone alright?

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-Everyone alright?

-

-Yes, now.

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-They've got me a camp bed.

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-You don't need one.

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-Don't I?

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-Yes, I can sleep on the bus.

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-You don't need to.

-There are two beds in my room.

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-Are there?

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-Yes.

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-It's on the same floor as the kids

-but that shouldn't be a problem.

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-That's why we're here

-to keep an eye!

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-Had you read or heard about

-these money lending firms?

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-Essentially, they're thieves.

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-I know.

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-They still take money

-from my bank account...

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-..even though I told them

-and the bank not to.

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-Can Ken and Kay not help?

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-Can Ken and Kay not help?

-

-I haven't told them.

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-I can't.

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-I'll sort it myself.

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-Will you, Lowri?

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-Can you?

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-I don't know.

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-I don't know.

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-Be quiet!

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-There are other people

-at this hotel.

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-Get in your rooms, now.

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-I'm heading downstairs.

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-Make sure they don't

-cause too much trouble.

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-No problem.

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-No, not in the village.

-It's dangerous.

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-Wil, Rhys, food's ready!

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-Alright.

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-I'll text you later.

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-Will you keep me some?

-I'm going out.

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-Food's ready now.

-Where are you going?

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-Out.

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-What's so important that...

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-Do you know her name?

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-Do you know her name?

-

-Who?

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-The girl he's seeing.

-Is she from school.

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-I don't know.

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-You must know who she is.

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-Don't hold out on me.

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-I don't know, alright?

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-Are we eating or what?

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Who's there?

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-Me.

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-Hi.

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-What's wrong?

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-What's wrong?

-

-Sorry to disturb you.

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-Is there a problem?

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-Is there a problem?

-

-No.

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-I just thought we could go over

-a few things before tomorrow.

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-You know, in case Meirwen's

-messed something else up.

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-What, now?

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-Um, no, no come in.

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-I'll get the file.

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-Do you have any glasses in

-the bathroom?

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-What?

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-It might be work

-but it doesn't need to be boring.

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-It'll be nice to sleep

-in my own bed tonight.

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-That's the only thing

-I didn't enjoy in Newport.

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-I was on the tiny sofa.

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-I was like Jac Y Jwc in a tent!

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-Do you fancy chips tonight?

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-Chelle?

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-What's wrong?

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-From the tax people.

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-How much?

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-That's a mistake.

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-No, Meical.

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-They want 22,378 from us.

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-No thanks, we're leaving

-early tomorrow.

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-We're leaving when I say so.

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-Do you think Dylan's alright?

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-Of course he is.

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-He's a bit strange.

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-Dylan?

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-Yes.

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-You can't tell what's going on

-behind that pretty face.

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-If you say so.

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-You had to look at him

-for a long time in the past.

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-I'm sure it's hard for you...

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-..having to see him all the time.

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-The temptation.

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-He doesn't mean a thing to me.

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-I'm glad to hear it.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Leave it.

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-Owain, what's up?

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-Someone put my bag in the bath

-and soaked all my clothes.

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-Right, I'm sure Mr Parry

-can sort that for you.

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-What's up, Ows?

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-What's up, Ows?

-

-Look.

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-Did you think to ask Mr Roberts?

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-The student teacher.

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-The student teacher.

-

-No.

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-Come on then.

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-We'll discuss everything else

-tomorrow morning, Miss James.

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-Alright.

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-Hiya, Wil.

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-Hiya, Mam.

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Mae hi'n ddiwrnod mawr i Robbie a'i ffrindiau wrth iddynt gychwyn ar y trip i Sain Ffagan. It's a great day for Robbie and his friends as they embark on their school trip to St Fagan.