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Pennod 5

Wrth i Barry a Carys gymryd un cam ymlaen, maen nhw'n ei ddilyn hefo dau gam mawr yn ôl. Barry and Carys take one step forward but unfortunately move two large steps back.


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-I'm not happy with...

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-I'm not happy with...

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-Who are you to criticize my family?

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-You're not exactly an angel.

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-Lowri!

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-Keep an eye on her, Mathew. She'll

-be after the next wallet she sees.

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-Happy now?

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Oh, that's nice.

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-There are a lot of hearts there.

-How many are there?

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-Four, five, six.

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-Good girl.

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-Robbie!

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-Hurry up, it's breakfast time.

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-That was nice.

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-I can be sometimes.

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-When you try.

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-Don't forget,

-Llio's coming over for supper.

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-I'd forgotten.

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-Is that OK or are you

-going to kick her out...

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-..like everyone at the party?

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-..like everyone at the party?

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-Very funny.

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-I can be.

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-I can be.

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-When you try.

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-I'm sorry for overreacting

-the other night.

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-I forgive you.

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-As you're in a good mood,

-we're going out for the afternoon.

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-Just the three of us.

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-Just the three of us.

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-Where are we going?

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-You can choose.

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-You can choose.

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-After lunch?

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-For lunch if you like.

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-Rhys has to put two tyres

-on my car first.

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-When will that be?

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-I told him it's the day's first job

-so not too long.

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-Maybe we should argue more often.

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-And study the numbers.

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-Yes, alright.

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-There we are then.

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-I'd better go. See you later.

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-Oh, aren't you eating that?

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-No.

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-No.

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-Hurry or you'll be late for school.

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-Do you want something else?

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-Do you want something else?

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-Yes.

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-Toast?

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-Toast?

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-Yes.

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-There we go then, eat up.

-You need to be quick.

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-You need to brush your teeth

-and put your shoes on.

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-Do you want a toast eating race

-with me?

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-Here you go. Are you ready?

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-One, two, three, go!

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-Is he almost ready?

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-He's putting his mascara on.

-He won't be long.

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-Do you fancy taking him for a walk

-while you wait?

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-No, thanks.

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-Here's the girl!

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-Here's the girl!

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-What do you want?

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-The dog's been asking after the nice

-girl who took him for a walk.

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-Never again.

-Not after what happened last time.

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-Mr Lloyd bought him a new leash.

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-He's dying to head out

-and show off a little.

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-Sorry, Mr Parry.

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-He just needs 15 minutes.

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-I'm surprised he hasn't asked you.

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-I'm surprised he hasn't asked you.

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-He just did.

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-You'd have got that for free.

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-You'd have got that for free.

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-Sorry, Philip.

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-I've told him it's not fair for him

-to be stuck here all day.

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-Fair play. What about the dog?

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-Fair play. What about the dog?

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-Let's go.

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-Did you get a chance to look at

-the PowerPoint presentation?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-What did you think?

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-You could discuss and walk the dog.

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-You could discuss and walk the dog.

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-Bye, Dad.

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-I need to find you a home, boy.

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-It's quiet here.

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-Where is everyone?

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-Oh.

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-Do you know what's going on here?

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-Do you know what's going on here?

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-It's a HMS.

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-No pupils today, just teachers.

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-Don't you read the letters

-they send?

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-Darn, I'd forgotten.

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-Come on Siwan, back to the car.

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-If I were you, I'd present it

-as a task for them to do.

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-It's a better experience for them.

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-It's a better experience for them.

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-You're right.

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-What about the one I did?

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-I've looked at it.

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-It's great.

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-It's great.

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-Thanks.

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-Excuse me.

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-I have to look after this lot.

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-Enjoy yourself.

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-Where's Miss Evans?

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-Where's Miss Evans?

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-Good news, she's not at school.

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-Bad news, you get me instead.

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-In you go.

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-He's got a brilliant phone.

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-He's got a brilliant phone.

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-Quiet.

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-Show them, Robbie.

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-Show them, Robbie.

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-I don't have it with me.

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-Yes, you do.

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-Yes, you do.

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-No, I left it at home.

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-He's ashamed!

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-In you go, sit down.

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-Just show us, so we can laugh.

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-Shut your mouth, I don't have it.

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-Shut your mouth, I don't have it.

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-Alright.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Alright, Rhys? Is it ready?

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-Great, I'll come and get it

-in a minute.

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-What's the damage?

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-How about cash?

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-Ideal.

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-I'll see you later, bye.

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-MOBILE PHONE RINGS

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-Bring it here.

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-Your phones aren't

-supposed to be on during lessons.

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-It's a cool phone, sir!

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-It's a cool phone, sir!

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-Quiet!

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-Get on with your work.

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-I wonder who was trying to call you.

-It might be important, Robbie.

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-PHONE RINGS

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-What was so important, Owain?

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-What was so important, Owain?

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-Nothing, sir.

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-Bring your phone here.

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-You're both staying in

-at lunchtime.

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-DOG BARKS

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-Be quiet.

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-Be quiet.

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-What's wrong with him?

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-He likes you.

-He only barks at people he likes.

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-Is he safe? Will he bite?

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-Is he safe? Will he bite?

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-No.

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-He's a likeable dog

-when you get to know him.

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-Is he?

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-Is he?

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-Yes.

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-He's really taken to you.

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-He's really taken to you.

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-I don't want a dog, thanks.

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-You'd be over the moon, as would he.

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-You're already friends.

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-I've got plenty of work

-at home with the kids.

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-The kids would love him.

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-The kids would love him.

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-They're expensive to keep.

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-Be quiet.

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-He seems to like Dona too!

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-Sorry.

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-DOG BARKS

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-DOG BARKS

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-Come on.

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-Come on.

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-Oh, what are you doing here?

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-I'm meeting someone later.

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-I was thinking, hoping, you could

-distract Siwan while we're here.

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-No problem.

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-Alright? That's a good drawing.

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-Is that Mam?

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-We're paid to clean, not to babysit.

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-Where's Cathryn?

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-She had to go back to Swansea.

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-Why?

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-Why?

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-When is she fetching Siwan?

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-If you have to know,

-Cathryn's mum is ill.

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-Siwan will be with me from now on.

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-You're going to raise her yourself?

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-You're going to raise her yourself?

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-Yes.

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-Oh.

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-That'll be a new experience for you.

-You ran away from our children.

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-How are you this morning?

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-How are you this morning?

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-Fine, thank you.

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-I've come out for a cuppa and

-thought I'd come see how the dog is.

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-He's very lively.

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-He's a fan of his

-own voice this morning.

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-He's been quiet for a while now.

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-Has he taken to the toy?

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-Oh, yes. He loves it.

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-Can I head up to see him?

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-No, he's just in here.

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-Oh, my stock!

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-He's helped himself and then fallen

-asleep!

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-He's not asleep?

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-He's not asleep?

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-What's he doing then?

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-He needs to see the vet now!

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-He needs to see the vet now!

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-Why, for sleeping?

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-Chocolate is poisonous to dogs.

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-You have to take him to the vet now.

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-You have to take him to the vet now.

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-Glenda!

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-Hiya.

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-Did you have a nice walk?

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-Yes, I think Tom and I

-deserve some lunch now, don't we?

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-You'll have to give me

-the envelope first.

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-What envelope?

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-Aren't you funny?

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-Am I? I don't understand.

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-We can't go without the car.

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-I won't get my car back

-until I pay Rhys.

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-I can't pay him without the cash.

-You've hidden the money.

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-What money?

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-The money in the drawer.

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-The money in the envelope there.

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-Get it, and we can go in the car.

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-I haven't touched your money.

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-I haven't touched your money.

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-The joke's over now, Carys.

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-I haven't touched it, Barry.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-I was expecting you to offer

-the same amount as last time.

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-Or less,

-I certainly didn't expect this.

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-This is the best I can do.

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-This is the best I can do.

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-Well...

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-You haven't tried.

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-Look at these.

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-Look at these.

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-We've finished, Wyn.

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-Two minutes.

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-Two minutes.

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-We have to go to the next place.

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-Go to your father, Siwan.

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-She's really helped us

-with the cleaning, haven't you?

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-She's better than Michelle.

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-She's better than Michelle.

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-Do you want to draw a picture?

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-Great.

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-Great.

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-Sorry!

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-Sorry. I'm sorry.

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-Barry!

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-What are you doing?

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-Checking it didn't fall

-behind the drawer.

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-Did it?

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-Did it?

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-No.

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-It must be here somewhere.

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-I've checked where it was. I've

-checked here and I can't find it.

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-You must have moved it.

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-Can we go for lunch now or what?

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-Can we go for lunch now or what?

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-I haven't touched it.

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-You must have.

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-I'd remember if I'd moved it.

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-I'd remember if I'd moved it.

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-You must have forgotten.

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-Are you sure you didn't move it?

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-Are you sure you didn't move it?

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-Certain.

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-Then where is it?

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-If we didn't move it, Tom must have.

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-If we didn't move it, Tom must have.

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-This isn't funny.

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-I'm not laughing

-but stop blaming me.

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-How are things?

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-How are things?

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-Fine, thanks. I'm busy.

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-I'm not talking about work.

-How do you feel?

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-Oh, great.

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-No morning sickness?

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-No, not at all.

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-No, not at all.

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-Oh, very good.

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-How exciting.

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-I haven't had time

-to think about it.

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-Good luck, anyway.

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-If you need help,

-you know where I am.

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-Thanks.

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-Oh, thank heavens. Is he alright?

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-Oh, thank heavens. Is he alright?

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-What's wrong with him?

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-The poor thing's been ill.

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-Sick as a dog?

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-It's lucky you found him

-when you did.

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-Very lucky.

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-He could have died.

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-Yes, he would have.

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-You'll need to keep an eagle-eye

-on him from now on, Philip.

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-Excuse me, between here,

-the cafe and the salon...

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-You were stupid to get him then.

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-You were stupid to get him then.

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-I know that now.

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-He smells too.

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-No, he doesn't.

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-No, he doesn't.

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-It must be you then.

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-I know nothing about an envelope.

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-I know nothing about an envelope.

-

-If you're lying...

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-I'm stupid but not stupid enough

-to steal your money.

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-Are you telling the truth?

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-Are you telling the truth?

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-Yes, I am, honestly.

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-Hi.

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-Hi.

-

-Hi.

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-Are you busy here?

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-Are you busy here?

-

-As you can see.

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-Do you want a haircut?

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-I need a favour.

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-I need a favour.

-

-Oh.

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-Sorry. I don't have any choice.

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-Can you look after your little

-sister for an hour?

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-We've got customers all afternoon.

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-We've got customers all afternoon.

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-Please Dani. She'll behave.

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-You'll sit there like a good girl,

-won't you, Siwan?

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-Get her some magazines from Philip.

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-Get her some magazines from Philip.

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-Thanks. I'll be an hour or two.

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-You said just an hour.

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-You said just an hour.

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-Could you drop her off as well?

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-Dad!

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-Dad!

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-I'll get us a takeaway.

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-What time?

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-Around 5.30.

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-This hour has stretched

-to two and a half.

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-You're brilliant.

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-Bye, love.

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-Hey, magazines!

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-Hi.

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-Are you talking to me?

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-There's nobody else here, why?

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-I'm just surprised.

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-Last time I saw you,

-you shouted at me like a wild woman.

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-I've forgiven you.

-Nobody else will speak to me.

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-Oh, thanks. Who is it this time?

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-Oh, thanks. Who is it this time?

-

-Dad's still angry.

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-He's angry with me.

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-What did you do?

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-What did you do?

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-Nothing.

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-Alright? Did you find it?

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-Alright? Did you find it?

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-No.

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-What did you lose?

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-An envelope.

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-An envelope.

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-It's got money in it.

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-How much?

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-How much?

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-Mind your business.

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-Have you reported it?

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-Have you reported it?

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-No.

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-Do you want me to tell Sian?

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-Do you want me to tell Sian?

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-No, not a word to anyone.

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-Understand?

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-Alright.

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-Mam.

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-Look.

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-What is it?

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-What is it?

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-You have to sign it.

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-What is it?

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-A detention slip.

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-It wasn't my fault.

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-It wasn't my fault.

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-What happened?

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-I got caught with my phone.

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-By who?

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-By who?

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-Mathew Parry.

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-It wasn't my fault.

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-It wasn't my fault.

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-Whose was it then?

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-Owain.

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-Sophie's boy?

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-He's sneaky, just like his mother.

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-What did he do?

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-What did he do?

-

-He phoned me in a lesson.

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-He was in the class with me.

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-In the same room?

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-Why phone if he's in the same room?

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-He was making fun of my phone.

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-Can I have a proper phone, Mam?

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-The phone you have is a proper one.

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-You're lucky you have one.

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-Some kids don't have a phone.

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-Some kids don't have a phone.

-

-No, they don't.

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-You're not having one. I won't waste

-money on something you already have.

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-# Fresh bread

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-# With butter on it #

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-Philip, how are you?

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-# Tell me why not?

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-# We're only here once

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-# Come on in

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-Oh, thanks very much.

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-Did she behave?

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-Did she behave?

-

-No trouble.

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-I'm sorry for landing like that.

-It won't happen again.

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-Don't talk rubbish,

-of course it will.

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-Well, it won't happen so often then.

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-You can't raise her on your own.

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-What do you mean? I'll be fine once

-Sioned is home from her holiday.

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-You won't.

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-What happens when you have

-to go to Spain at short notice...

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-..and have to stay

-for a week or two?

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-I'll organise something.

-I'll do my best.

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-I know that.

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-But there will be times when

-you can't do your best for Siwan.

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-You're away a lot.

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-We'll cross that bridge.

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-We'll cross that bridge.

-

-That's not good enough, Dad.

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-She'd be more settled with Cathryn.

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-Settled with Cathryn? She left her

-here for weeks and over Christmas.

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-Siwan stays with me.

-Cathryn doesn't get a chance.

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-You're being stubborn.

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-You're punishing Cathryn

-but Siwan's the one suffering.

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-I don't want to do the same

-as what I did to you and Jonathan.

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-Michelle said as much.

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-I want to be a part of her life.

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-I want to be a part of her life.

-

-You will be.

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-Wherever she is, you will be.

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-You have to think of what's best

-for Siwan. That's all I'm saying.

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-How would it have got there?

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-Someone has moved it.

-Has Llio been here?

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-I don't believe you.

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-Are you accusing my sister?

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-Are you accusing my sister?

-

-She might have moved the envelope.

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-Why? As a joke.

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-I don't know.

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-Has anyone else been here?

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-Has anyone else been here?

-

-Nobody who would steal.

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-Was the door locked every night?

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-Was the door locked every night?

-

-Yes. I do it every night.

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-In case one of your dodgy friends

-comes here.

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-There's nothing dodgy

-about that money.

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-Why are you making so much fuss?

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-Why are you making so much fuss?

-

-I need it to pay people.

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-It's mine and I want to know

-where it is. Is that unreasonable?

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-No, I suppose not.

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-The party.

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-The party.

-

-What?

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-Was the money here

-during Tom's birthday party?

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-Yes. That's it.

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-Why did you invite so many people?

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-It's my fault, now, is it?

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-It's my fault, now, is it?

-

-Yes.

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-Even if I have

-to go through them one by one...

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-..I'll find out who took it.

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Wrth i Barry a Carys gymryd un cam ymlaen, maen nhw'n ei ddilyn hefo dau gam mawr yn ôl. Barry and Carys take one step forward but unfortunately move two large steps back.