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# Where, where, where in the world?

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# Where, where, where shall we go?

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# Time for a trip, away we go

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# Over mountains and oceans, sunshine and snow

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# Discover new places, make friends on the way

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# So where in the world shall we visit today?

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# Where, where, where in the world?

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# Where, where, where shall we go today? #

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CLAPPING

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# Where shall we go

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# And who shall we see? #

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Let's visit Liza in Russia.

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THEY SPEAK RUSSIAN

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There's Liza with her grandma and twin brother Stupa.

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They're going on an adventure into the forest.

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The trees are so tall here, they look like they're touching the sky.

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Grandma knows exactly where she's going -

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to a special place where there's some delicious food growing.

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GRANDMA SPEAKS RUSSIAN

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Let's look for some blueberries.

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Look what's growing here.

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Grandma also knows that these blueberries

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are completely safe to eat.

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Let's pick the blueberries and put them in this jar.

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LIZA GASPS

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Liza's found some already.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Granny, look.

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They're huge!

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They're as big as cherries!

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Go away. I'm looking here, Stupa.

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-TRANSLATION:

-I'm off.

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How many blueberries have you got, Liza?

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SHE COUNTS IN RUSSIAN

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Eight!

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Where are yours, Stupa?

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Oh, they're in your tummy.

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Stupa, stop eating them! We need to fill the jar.

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Look, there are more.

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It looks like Liza wants to find every single blueberry.

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How are you doing, Stupa?

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Ooh, careful!

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THEY SPEAK RUSSIAN

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The jar's full of juicy blueberries.

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Get the lid on nice and tight.

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Uh-oh! What's that?

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The blueberries have turned your hands blue, Liza.

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I think I know where all YOUR blueberries have gone, Stupa.

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Liza's got a full jar and Stupa's got a full tummy!

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Time to head back home.

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Back at Grandma's house

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the blueberries have all been washed,

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and it's time to turn them into something really tasty.

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GRANDMA SPEAKS RUSSIAN

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Stupa, pour the blueberries into the bowl.

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Missed one, Stupa!

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We need to make sure they're all mixed in.

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Mmm, blueberry pancakes!

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GRANDMA SPEAKS RUSSIAN

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Who wants the first one?

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THEY SPEAK RUSSIAN

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Why don't you play eeny, meeny, miny, moe to decide?

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SHE SAYS RHYME

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It's Stupa!

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HE LAUGHS

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Here come the lovely warm pancakes,

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all made with your freshly picked blueberries.

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-BOTH:

-Mmmm!

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Why don't you try them together?

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-BOTH:

-Mmm!

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Delicious!

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Enjoy your pancakes.

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But it's time for us to go.

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# Where shall we go

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# And who shall we see? #

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It's Tyra in Ghana.

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It's a lovely hot day in Ghana, and today's a special day for Tyra.

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Her mum's going to teach her and her younger sister Tracy

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how to shop at the market, which is just at the end of their street.

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BIKE HORN TOOTS

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-MUM:

-So, what should we buy?

-So, what should we buy?

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THEY SPEAK OWN LANGUAGE

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-TRANSLATION:

-Jollof rice.

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-You know how to cook it?

-Yes.

-Show me. Show me how.

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Do you know how to cook it, Tyra?

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Yeah, we need to go and buy the beans.

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-And then what happens?

-And then what happens?

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-Er, put it on the fire.

-Er, put it on the fire.

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-And then you do what?

-And then you do what to it?

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You pour the palm oil, and then you add the peppers.

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That's good, that's good.

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-WOMAN:

-Sister, are you well?

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Sister, are you well?

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The market's a noisy, happy place.

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It's full of people talking, selling,

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and even dancing.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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Time to start shopping, Tyra.

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There are so many different foods to buy.

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Which stall will you visit first?

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Don't worry, Mum knows exactly what food you'll need

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for tonight's dinner.

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Good morning. We're here to buy.

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-How many?

-How many tomatoes do you want?

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Give me two cedis' worth of tomatoes.

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Cedis is the name of the money they use in Ghana.

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MUM SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE

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Tyra, when I give you the money you give it to her, OK?

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MUM SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE

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Take it, Tyra. Take it and give her the money.

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Oh, Mum's trusting you with the money, Tyra!

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You're really shopping now!

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Right. Time to buy some smoked fish, Tyra.

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MUM SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE

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How much is your salmon?

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These are seven cedis,

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these are six.

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Please give us five cedis' worth. We want five.

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Mum's asked for the fish.

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Now Tyra's ready with the money.

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Tyra, stretch out your hand.

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Wait a minute, Tyra!

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Haven't you forgotten something?

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That's it, the fish.

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Hold it and let's go.

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MUM SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE

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Please, I want to buy seasoning cubes.

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STALLHOLDER SPEAKS How many?

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Two. And one tin of tomatoes.

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This one?

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Or do you have the other kind?

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The packet? I have them.

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How much?

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How many are you buying?

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I'm buying one.

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Hold on, Mum! Tyra's in charge of the money now.

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You're really getting good at this, Tyra.

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The shopping's done and it's time to head home with bags full of food.

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And what have you got there, Tyra?

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A tasty sweet.

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The perfect way to end an exciting trip to the market.

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# Where shall we go

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# And who shall we see? #

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Let's visit Hamza in Jordan.

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Hamza's spending the day with his dad.

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-Bye!

-Bye!

-HAMZA SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE

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-TRANSLATION:

-Father and son time, father and son time!

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We'll go to town to buy some things.

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Shall we get presents for Rama, Mimi and Mum?

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I'll find a toy for Mimi.

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A gift for your little sister Mimi? That's a great idea, Hamza.

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Look at all the steps.

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Oh, no! Are we taking all the stairs?

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Yes, it's fun.

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The city where Hamza lives is very hilly,

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so there are lots of steps to climb up and down to get to the shops.

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I think there must be about 900 stairs here.

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I counted these steps when I was your age.

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I remember counting over 1,300 of them.

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Let's go down really fast from here.

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One, two, three!

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THEY GIGGLE

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Let's do the same here.

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How about two at a time?

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THEY LAUGH

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That last step was tricky.

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Now, let me see. Where can I find a present for Mimi?

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The shops on these streets sell everything you can think of.

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And Dad's got to do some shopping too.

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They sell spices and herbs and other things for cooking.

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THEY SPEAK OWN LANGUAGE

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This is marjoram.

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Come and smell it.

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What do you think?

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All the smells got mixed up in my nose.

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I don't recognise any of these.

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That's za'atar.

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Mmmm!

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The smell of za'atar makes me hungry.

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There's no present for Mimi here,

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but they do have the za'atar that Hamza's dad needs for dinner.

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I'll have some of this, please.

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Now you know where I buy our spices for cooking.

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Now, back to finding a present for Mimi.

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Keep an eye out for a nice present for Mimi.

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Maybe a toy phone.

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Keep looking, Dad.

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What's this?

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It's a spinning toy.

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You wind it up and around it goes.

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-What do you think?

-It's OK.

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Let's get it.

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At last, Hamza, you've found a gift for Mimi.

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I wonder if she'll like it.

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Mimi!

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Mimi!

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HE SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE

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I got you a present, Mimi!

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You wind it like this and you put it on the floor.

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It plays music and it spins.

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TOY PLAYS MUSIC

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What an excellent choice, Hamza!

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Mimi loves it.

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What a great day everybody's had.

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Liza's picked some delicious blueberries.

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Tyra learned how to shop in the market.

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And Hamza found a beautiful present for Mimi.

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I wonder who we'll meet next time.

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Stories about the everyday lives of children living in eight different countries around the world.

In this programme we visit three children who are all having a fascinating day out.

In Russia, seven-year-old Liza picks blueberries with her grandma - and helps turn them into delicious pancakes.

In Ghana, Tyra, who's five, goes to the market with her mum and learns how to do the shopping.

And in Jordan, Hamza, who's eight, has a day out in town with his dad, and buys a lovely present for his baby sister, Mimi.

We see that although children live in different countries, may look different and speak different languages, the joys and discoveries of childhood are universal.


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