Arthur a'r Blaidd Mawr Cas Tili a'i Ffrindiau


Arthur a'r Blaidd Mawr Cas

Mae'r ffrindiau'n mwynhau gwrando ar Tili yn darllen stori Y Tri Mochyn Bach ond mae gan Arthur ofn y Blaidd Mawr Cas. Tili tells her friends the story of the Three Little Pigs.


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-# A yellow house with a red door

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-# My friends live here

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-# With room for more

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-# Arthur

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-# Arthur

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-# Tili

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-# Twmffi

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-# Twmffi

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-# Fflur

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-# Tincial

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-# Tincial

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-# Dwynwen too

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-# Say how do you do

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-# To Tili and her friends

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-# La, la, la #

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-The Big Bad Wolf huffed

-and he puffed...

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-..but he couldn't

-blow the house down.

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-So the third little pig was safe?

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-Yes, because he built a house

-made of bricks.

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-That means The Big Bad Wolf

-went away hungry.

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-Oh, but where did he go?

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-He probably went shopping.

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-It's bedtime, everyone!

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-Is this house made of straw?

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-Is this house made of straw?

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-Ha, ha, ha!

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-No, it's made of bricks.

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-Yes, but the windows

-are made of glass.

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-The doors are made of wood.

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-The doors are made of wood.

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-The second pig made a house of wood.

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-The wolf got in there.

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-I'd build my house of crunchy nuts.

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-Twmffi, if you made a house

-of crunchy nuts, you'd eat it!

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-Yes, but I'd share it with you.

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-I'm ready for bed.

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-Where's my special

-deep sleep pillow?

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-It was there a minute ago.

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-You sat on your pillow

-like this and... oh!

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-I've just gone plonk too.

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-Why?

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-Our pillows are missing.

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-Our pillows are missing.

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-You can share my duvet.

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-What duvet?

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-What duvet?

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-What's going on?

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-Arthur!

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-I couldn't find any bricks,

-so I made a den with stuff.

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-My box is among that stuff!

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-I need a den to protect me

-from The Big Bad Wolf, Tincial.

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-I'll be safe here.

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-Arthur, The Three Little Pigs

-is just a story.

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-There's no need to be scared

-of any wolves.

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-He's such a wet blanket!

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-He's such a wet blanket!

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-Let's help him stop being scared.

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-How can we do that

-if he won't come out of his house?

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-There must be something here

-to tempt Arthur out.

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-A muddy puddle?

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-A muddy puddle?

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-No. What's his favourite food?

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-Mashy moos!

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-Yes - marshmallows.

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-I'm sure he'd prefer a muddy puddle.

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-I'll find one.

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-Can I be the one to tempt Arthur out

-with mashy moos?

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-I don't think that's a good idea!

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-You want to hold the plate, Tincial?

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-# Mashy moo, mashy moo.

-Sweet to chew

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-# Mashy moo, mashy moo

-just for you

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-# Ooh! #

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-Look! Mashy moos!

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-I'll eat them.

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-Me too!

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-There will be none left.

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-There will be none left.

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-Give me some yummy mashy moos!

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-Come out here and eat them with us.

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-Come out here and eat them with us.

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-Shh!

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-What if there's a Big Bad Wolf here?

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-There are no wolves here.

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-It's safe.

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-It's safe.

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-Totally safe.

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-LOUD CRASH

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-There's a wolf outside!

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-There's a wolf outside!

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-I'll see what's going on.

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-Oh, look at me!

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-I look like a mashy moo pudding!

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-Hello! Is there anybody there?

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-Twmffi! Did you make that noise?

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-No. I think it was a giraffe.

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-Twmffi, are you telling the truth

-about the giraffe?

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-No. It was me.

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-I made some of the noise.

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-My skateboard made the other noise.

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-I see.

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-The scream was mostly me!

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-What were you doing in the dark

-with a skateboard?

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-I tripped over it.

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-I tripped over it.

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-Why were you playing with it?

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-I didn't want to play with it.

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-It wanted to play with me

-but it changed its mind.

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-Why did you come out here?

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-To find a muddy puddle.

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-I saw one in the garden earlier.

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-Arthur loves muddy puddles.

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-Let's go back inside.

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-Alright.

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-Oh! What's my trumpet doing outside?

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-Come out, Arthur! It's totally safe.

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-There are no wolves -

-just a crocodile.

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-If I sing a lovely song,

-perhaps Arthur will come out.

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-Good idea, Fflur.

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-What are you doing?

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-Fflur's going to sing a song?

-Can I join in?

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-He loves to sing

-the Wiggly-Wiggly-Woo!

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-Yes. It will tempt him out.

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-Ready? One, two, three!

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-# There's nothing more I like to do

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-# Than dance the Wiggly-Wiggly-Woo!

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-# I like to shake. Bop, bop, bop!

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-# Once I start

-I just can't stop... #

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-That's my favourite song.

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-# Wiggly-Wiggly-Woo

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-# I like to shake. Bop, bop, bop! #

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-Don't go! Wait for me!

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-I want to join them and have a dance

-but what about the wolf?

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-There is no wolf.

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-There's just some lovely music.

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-# There's nothing more I like to do

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-# Than dance the Wiggly... #

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-TRUMPET

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-TRUMPET

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-Wolf! A wolf who can play a trumpet!

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-I think it's alright

-but there's some rain in it.

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-There it is again.

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-Trumpet-playing wolves

-are the worst ones of them all.

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-He didn't come out to eat.

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-He didn't come out to eat.

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-Or to sing.

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-He'll never come out again!

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-He'll never come out again!

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-We can't tempt him out.

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-He must come out

-because he wants to.

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-Do you have a plan, Tili?

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-Arthur, I forgot to tell you

-one part of the story.

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-Did The Big Bad Wolf blow down

-the brick house, too?

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-No, he didn't.

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-In this part of the story,

-the little pig is very brave.

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-He stops hiding from the wolf.

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-Little pig, little pig, let me in!

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-Not by the hair

-of my chinny chin chin.

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-Then I'll huff and I'll puff

-and I'll blow your house down.

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-If I can't blow your house down...

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-..I'll huff and I'll puff

-and I'll blow your princess down.

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-Oh no, you won't!

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-I'll huff and I'll puff...

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-..and I'll blow you down.

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-You can't huff and puff!

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-You're a little pig, not a wolf!

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-You're a little pig, not a wolf!

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-Yes, but I'm a brave little pig.

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-I'll huff and I'll puff.

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-Then we'll have

-a huff and puff competition.

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-I'll blow you over.

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-Do your worst, Big Bad Wolf!

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-I'll huff and I'll puff

-and I'll blow the little pig down.

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-It's my turn to huff and puff.

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-Oh, no!

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-I'll huff and I'll puff and

-I'll blow The Big Bad Wolf down.

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-I won!

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-This is too much like hard work.

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-I think I'll go shopping.

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-Little pigs

-shouldn't be afraid of wolves.

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-That's right.

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-That's right.

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-Not even trumpet-playing wolves?

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-I was playing the trumpet.

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-And that crash wasn't a wolf.

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-It was only me,

-falling off my skateboard like this.

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-Oh! Why did I do that again?

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-There was no reason

-for me to be scared?

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-No.

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-I'm never frightened.

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-I'm never frightened.

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-I never will be again.

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-If a wolf comes along, I'll huff and

-I'll puff and I'll blow him down.

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-You blew me over!

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-Let's do the huff puff dance!

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-Is it bedtime now?

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-Is it bedtime now?

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-Let's have one last story, please!

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-Henny Penny the hen

-thought the sky had fallen on her.

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-Oh, dear!

-Did it make a mess of her feathers?

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-Don't be scared, Fflur.

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-I'll take care of you.

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Mae'r ffrindiau'n mwynhau gwrando ar Tili yn darllen stori Y Tri Mochyn Bach ond mae gan Arthur ofn y Blaidd Mawr Cas. Tili tells her friends the story of the Three Little Pigs.


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