High Street Something Special


High Street

Educational series using Makaton sign language. Justin is in Enniskillen in Northern Ireland to meet his friends Bridget and Gary.


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Lift your hand, just like so. Move it around and say hello!

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# Hello, hello How are you?

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# Hello, hello It's good to see you

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# I say hello

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# Let's go out to play

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# I say hello

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# Let's go out and about Out and about

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# Out and about today. #

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-Hello!

-Hello!

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-Yay!

-Yay!

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Hello, I'm Justin.

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Hey, shall we go somewhere special?

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Yes.

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Take some magic.

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Give it a blow.

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And take a look at where we'll go.

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It's a high street.

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A high street.

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But what will we look for at the high street?

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A post box.

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A hairdresser's.

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And a florist's.

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We know the things we're looking for.

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So, it's time to go through the magic door.

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The high street.

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Let's go through the magic door.

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Come on!

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Oh, wow!

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I'm at the high street.

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Let's walk along the pavement and explore the high street.

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What's that noise?

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It's Mr Tumble!

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-Hello, Mr Tumble.

-Hello!

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Are you looking for Justin?

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No, I'm going to the library.

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-Going to the library?

-Yes!

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I'm going to read my favourite book.

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-Well, off you go, then, Mr Tumble.

-Ooh, thank you.

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Remember, you need to be quiet when you get to the library, Mr Tumble.

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Sorry. Shh.

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WHEELS SQUEAK

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Sorry!

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(See you later, Mr Tumble.)

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This is Enniskillen High Street, in Northern Ireland.

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There are lots of shops on this high street.

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Look, there's the butcher's.

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Oh, and lots of shoppers too.

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If they get tired, there's plenty of places to rest and have a snack.

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Ready for some more shopping?

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Maybe here at the clothes shop.

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I'm putting my coat on because it's raining.

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Now, where are my friends?

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A-ha, look!

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Here are my friends.

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Now, this is Gary. Hello, Gary.

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Hello, Justin.

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Oh, and this is Bridget. Hello, Bridget.

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Hello, Justin.

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Hello!

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Now, Gary, what job do we have to do first?

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Ah, look. It's a letter.

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So,

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Bridget, do you know where we can post a letter?

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Yes.

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Here's a clue.

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Look, it's a post box.

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So,

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we have to look for a post box.

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What do you think?

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Let's look over...there.

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Where's the post box?

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It's somewhere here.

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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-GARY CHEERS

-Well done, Gary!

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You found the post box.

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Can you see the post box?

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Yes, there's the post box.

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Ah, it's time to sign.

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Oh, look.

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Post box.

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-You sign

-post box.

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Post box.

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Ah, that's great, Dominic. Post box.

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Post box.

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That's right, Sam. Post box.

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Look.

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Post box.

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Look, Gary - it's a big red post box.

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And you have a letter. Is there a stamp?

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Yes. Would you like to post it?

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Hey! Well done, Gary.

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Right, then. What job is next? What do you think? Hey?

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A-ha! Thanks, Gary.

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Look.

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It's the hairdresser's.

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So... Hmm.

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Bridget and Gary are going to the hairdresser's.

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-OK, you two.

-Yes.

-Yeah.

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Are you ready to look for the hairdresser's?

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Right, then.

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Let's look over...there.

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Where's the hairdresser's? It's somewhere here.

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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Well done, Bridget.

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You found the hairdresser's. Can you see the hairdresser's?

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There's the hairdresser's!

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Ah, it's time to sign.

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Look.

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Hairdresser's.

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-You sign

-hairdresser's.

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Hairdresser's.

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Well done, Sam.

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Hairdresser's.

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Well done, Dominic. Hairdresser's!

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Look.

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Hairdresser's.

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Gary and Bridget are inside the hairdresser's.

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Move you up so you can see yourself in the mirror.

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-What are we having done?

-Haircut.

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Bridget is having her hair plaited today.

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Gary likes having his hair cut.

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It makes him laugh.

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GARY LAUGHS

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You're gonna look SO pretty when I'm finished.

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Now the clippers!

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It's ticklish.

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That's very tickly!

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Bridget's plaits are nearly finished now.

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There's a good girl.

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Yes!

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Look in the mirror.

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There we go! Look at Bridget's hair.

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I think she likes her plaits.

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Now, sir, how's that?

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I like my haircut.

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Ah, wow!

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Look at you two!

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Hey, Gary, your haircut looks great.

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Oh, and look at Bridget.

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Your hair looks beautiful.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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Hey!

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-What's that noise?

-Tumble.

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-It's who?

-Mr Tumble.

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Mr Tumble? Are you sure? Let me see that card.

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-There.

-He's over there?

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Oh, wow. It must be time for Mr Tumble.

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-Shall we shout for him?

-Yes.

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Are you ready? Here we go.

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ALL: Mr Tumble!

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Hello, Mr Tumble.

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Oh, hello.

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Where are you going today?

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The library.

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The library?

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Yes, the library.

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-Oh, Mr Tumble.

-Yes?

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The library is over there.

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Oh, thank you.

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WHEELS SQUEAK

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WHEELS SQUEAK

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Shh.

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-Remember, you're meant to be quiet inside the library.

-Quiet? Why?

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Because people are reading and working.

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Oh!

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What are you looking for, Mr Tumble?

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Ah, my favourite book.

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Oooh.

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Look.

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It's Aunt Polly.

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Yes.

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Hello, Aunt Polly!

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Shh! Really!

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(Shh, Mr Tumble.)

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(Sorry.)

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(Hello, Aunt Polly.)

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Oh!

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AUNT POLLY COUGHS

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Hello.

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What are you reading, Aunt Polly?

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My favourite book, all about kettles.

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Enjoy reading it, Aunt Polly, and we'll see you later.

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Thank you!

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SHE CHUCKLES

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Ah, yes.

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-MAN CLEARS HIS THROAT

-Shh.

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Really!

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WHEELS SQUEAK

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Hey...

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Oh!

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Shh!

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Have you found your favourite book yet, Mr Tumble?

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-HE SIGHS

-No.

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-Look!

-What is it?

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It's Aunt Suki.

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Hello, Aunt Suki!

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Shh, Mr Tumble.

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(Sorry.)

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(Hello, Aunt Suki.) Hello.

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Oh, hello.

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What are you reading, Aunt Suki?

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-Oh!

-AUNT SUKI CHUCKLES

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My favourite book. It's about cake.

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Lemon cake.

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Chocolate cake. Mmm.

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Oh, and fruitcake. Yummy!

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Enjoy reading it, Aunt Suki.

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We'll see you later.

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Thank you.

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Where are you going, Mr Tumble?

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I'm going to find the children's books.

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WHEELS SQUEAK

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Shh. (Sorry.)

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Hey, here they are!

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MR TUMBLE LAUGHS

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Um, now... Ooh!

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Look. I've found my favourite book.

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Well done, Mr Tumble.

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Hey, shall I read it to you?

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Yes, please.

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But before you do, could you teach us a sign?

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What sign?

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-Could you teach us

-library?

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Ah, yes.

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-CLEARS THROAT

-Quietly.

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Sorry.

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Ahem.

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-Ah, look -

-library.

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-You sign

-library.

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Thank you, Mr Tumble.

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What's your favourite book called, Mr Tumble?

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Famous Tumbles.

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Look.

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Ah.

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Queen Tumble.

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Julio Tumble.

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Who's Julio Tumble, Mr Tumble?

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Ah!

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The famous footballer.

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Oh... Ahem.

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Lord Tumble.

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And Cliff Tumble.

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Who's Cliff Tumble, Mr Tumble?

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The famous pop star.

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Mr Tumble, please could you sing us one of his songs?

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OK!

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Wait!

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Hi, guys.

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# Power to all our friends

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# To the music that never ends

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# To the people... #

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Shh!

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Shh!

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Shh.

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Sorry, guys.

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-SOFTLY:

-# To the people we wanna be

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# Baby, power

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# To you and me. #

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See you later, Cliff Tumble.

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JUSTIN LAUGHS

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-Honk honk! Mr...

-GARY LAUGHS

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Mr Tumble makes Gary laugh.

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JUSTIN CHUCKLES

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Come on, then, Gary. We've got one more job to do.

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Do you know what it is?

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A-ha! Let's have a look.

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A florist's.

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A florist's is a shop that sells flowers.

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This is a florist's.

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So, we need to look for a florist's to buy some flowers.

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So, let's look over...

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-HONK!

-..there.

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Where's the florist's? It's somewhere here.

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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GARY CHEERS

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Well done, Gary. You found the florist's.

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Can you see the florist's?

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Yes, there's the florist's.

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Ah, it's time to sign.

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-Oh, look -

-florist's.

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-You sign

-florist's.

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Florist's.

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-That's right, Dominic -

-florist's.

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Florist's.

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Brilliant, Sam.

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-Look -

-florist's.

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There are lots of pretty flowers here,

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and lots of different colours to choose from too.

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Gary and Bridget are going to choose their favourite flowers to buy.

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Gary is smelling the flowers.

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Oh, and so is Bridget.

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-Lello.

-That's right - yellow flowers.

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Pink.

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SHE SNIFFS

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Hey! Hello, you two.

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-What have you got there?

-Pink.

-Oh, yes, some pink flowers.

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Now, Gary, which flowers would you like to buy?

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The white ones.

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Ah, the white ones - great choice.

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-Now, what about you, Bridget?

-Yes.

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Which flowers would you like to buy?

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-Pink.

-Of course, you like the pink ones.

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Do they smell nice? Let me smell them.

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Mmm, they're lovely.

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OK, let's take some pink flowers out of here.

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-Would you like these?

-I'll hold.

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Do they smell nice?

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SHE SNIFFS

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I like!

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OK. And then we'll take...

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That's it, pull them out.

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That's it. Now, what shall we do with them?

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Shall we get them wrapped up? Let's go over there, shall we?

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-Hi there.

-Hello. How are you?

-Fine, thank you.

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Buying flowers for Mummy.

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-OK, there you go. Thank you.

-These are Bridget's pink flowers.

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They're lovely. They match your coat.

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Oh, they look good, don't they?

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OK, Bridget.

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Fantastic! Thank you!

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MUSIC PLAYS

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Ah! Oh, you know what.

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It's time to say goodbye.

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Bye-bye, Gary.

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Bye-bye, Justin.

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Oh, and bye-bye, Bridget.

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Bye, Justin.

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Lift your hand and hold it high.

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Give it a wave and say goodbye.

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Goodbye!

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Oh!

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Mr Tumble!

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# Goodbye, goodbye It's time to run

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# Goodbye, goodbye I hope you had good fun

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# I say goodbye I'm happy that you came

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# I say goodbye Please come back again. #

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Using a sign language called Makaton, Something Special helps its audience learn how to communicate as well as develop their language in a fun and exciting way. Justin Fletcher presents songs, rhymes and visual humour all centred around themes that are familiar to young children. Justin is at Enniskillen high street in Northern Ireland to meet his friends Bridget and Gary. They have a busy day ahead of them as there are lots things to find: a post box, a hairdresser's and a florist.

Mr Tumble has come too, but he is not shopping; he is going to the library. As Mr Tumble looks around, he bumps into a couple of friends - Aunt Polly and Aunt Suki. Eventually he finds his favourite book.


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