Tili a'r Sbloetsh Tili a'i Ffrindiau


Tili a'r Sbloetsh

Mae gan hoff ffrog Tili sbloets mawr arni ac mae Tili yn drist iawn. Oh no! There's a big jammy splodge on Tili's favourite summer dress! Can Fflur come to the rescue?


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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

- # Tili

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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

-# 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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Ooh! Wow!

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-Good morning!

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-Good morning!

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-Good morning!

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You're all up early.

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-The sun was so bright, it woke me.

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-Then Arthur woke me.

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-Then Fflur woke me up.

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-Then Fflur woke me up.

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-Then Dwynwen woke me up.

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-Then Twmffi woke Tincial.

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-Then Twmffi woke Tincial.

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-Then we woke you.

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-Let's go out to play!

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Hold on! Give me a chance to get dressed.

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What shall I wear today?

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-That's very pretty.

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-That's very pretty.

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-That one's smart.

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They're both nice.

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As it's such a sunny day, I think I'll wear my favourite summer dress.

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-Wow! It looks like

-it's made of sunshine or daffodils.

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-Yes, or custard!

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-Yes, or custard!

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-Yummy! Custard.

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That's great! How do I look?

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-Splodgy!

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-Splodgy!

- Oh, no!

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How did that get there?

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-Did it climb in through the window?

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-Did it climb in through the window?

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-Did it crawl under the door?

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-Did it float down on a parachute?

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I don't know how it got here but I do know it's got to go.

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-The best way to get rid of a splodge

-is to give it a scrub.

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-Munch crunch!

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-Munch crunch!

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-There we are! It's as good as new.

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Fflur, the splodge is bigger than ever!

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-It's much, much bigger!

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How can that be?

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-Perhaps it ate some of the bubbles.

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-Perhaps it's a magic splodge.

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-Oh, dear! We'll never get rid of it

-if it really is a magic splodge.

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You're right, Tincial.

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It'll take a lot of clever thinking.

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Twmffi, won't you help us think?

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-Twmffi, won't you help us think?

-I am helping!

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-I think better

-when I lick a lollipop.

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-Tili, I've had a clever thought.

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Ooh! Well done, Arthur.

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-Ooh! Well done, Arthur.

-Or it might be an itch!

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-Well, is it a good idea

-or is it an itch?

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-It's just an itch. Sorry.

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Let's try walking the other way.

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-Wait! I have an idea.

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-Farmers use scarecrows

-to scare away crows.

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-We ask a farmer

-to scare away the splodge?

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-We ask a crow to scare it away?

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-We ask a crow to scare it away?

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-No!

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-We build a scarecrow

-to scare away the splodge.

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Dwynwen, scarecrows only scare away crows.

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-We'll make a scare-splodge!

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-As tall as a tree

-and scarier than a box of bears!

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Tincial knows a better way to scare a splodge.

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-Now what?

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We keep as quiet as a spider's web.

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-Dwynwen!

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-Dwynwen!

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-Sorry.

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-I always mix up quiet and noisy!

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When Tincial gives the signal, we make as much noise as possible.

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Ready?

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-Stop! Stop!

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-Stop!

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-Scaring a splodge isn't nice

-and I don't like it.

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-I don't like it at all.

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I suppose it is a little bit mean.

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-I suppose it is a little bit mean.

-It's very mean, with jam on it.

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What's wrong, Twmffi?

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-What's wrong, Twmffi?

-I've lost my lollipop.

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-I left it there and now it's gone.

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-Look!

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-My lollipop!

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-My lollipop!

- My dress!

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Oh, no! Now we've got to get rid of a splodge and a smudge.

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-Yes, but this time

-we've got to be kind.

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What now, Arthur?

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-Now, we dance!

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Why?

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-Why?

-Splodges and smudges love to dance.

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-Are you sure?

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-Are you sure?

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-Yes, it's a well known fact.

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-Once they start to dance,

-they can't stop.

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-They'll dance straight off Tili's

-dress and onto your old jumper?

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-Yes. That's the plan.

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It's got to be worth a try.

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-It's got to be worth a try.

-Yes. Follow me!

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-Look! Something's happening!

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-It's working!

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No, it was only Tincial.

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-Keep dancing, everyone!

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-My poor legs are turning to jelly!

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-Mm! I love jelly.

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Alright, Fflur. I think we all need a rest.

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-And I need an apple.

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-Munch crunch!

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-Tili, where's your dress?

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-Do you think the crows took it?

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-It could have been a farmer.

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-Perhaps it danced away.

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A dress can't just vanish, can it?

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-Hurry! Don't let it escape!

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-Look, Tili! There's your dress!

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-And my jumper.

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Now what do we do?

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-Now what do we do?

-Don't worry, Tili. Leave this to me.

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Be careful, Twmffi!

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My favourite dress! What a mess.

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-Sorry.

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-Does madam have anything in mind?

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-Does madam have anything in mind?

- Yes, a nice new outfit.

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It mustn't have any holes, smudges or splodges.

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I'm not getting married!

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These outfits are all lovely...

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..but what I want is a dress that looks like it's made of sunshine.

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-I'm sorry, madam,

-but that's all we have in stock.

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-Poor Tili. She looks really sad.

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-I wish we could cheer her up.

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-I wish we could cheer her up.

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-We can, if we mend this dress.

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-But it's such a mess!

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-Yes, it's a very messy dress.

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-It's impossible to mend it.

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-It's impossible to mend it.

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-Poppycock!

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-All we need is a good brush.

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-Then, sew on

-a few pretty Fflur patches.

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-Give it a quick press.

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-And I think we're just about done.

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-Hello, Tili!

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-Hello, Tili!

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-We're here to cheer you up.

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Sorry, Arthur, but I don't think you can cheer me up.

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-Ready, everyone?

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-One, two, three, surprise!

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Oh! My dress!

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-We got rid of the splodges.

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-We mended the holes too.

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-Do you like it?

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-Do you like it?

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-She doesn't like it.

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No, I don't like it...

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..I love it!

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It's the prettiest dress I've ever seen.

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Thank you all.

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-Hooray!

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-I might sew some buttons

-onto my box.

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-I'd like some patches for my bag.

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It's funny, but I can't help wondering...

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..where that splodge came from in the first place.

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-Oh, well.

-I suppose we'll never know.

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Mae gan hoff ffrog Tili sbloets mawr arni ac mae Tili yn drist iawn. Oh no! There's a big jammy splodge on Tili's favourite summer dress! Can Fflur come to the rescue?


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