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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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Where shall we go? And who shall we see?

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Let's visit Truc in Vietnam.

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Today, Truc is going to be working with her grandma.

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But where are you, Truc?

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Truc?

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Ah, there you are! With Grandma.

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Come on, Truc, help me move this one.

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Truc's helping Grandma to get her store ready

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for a busy day in the market.

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There are lots of stalls here selling fruits,

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vegetables and meats.

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Grandma's stall sells all sorts of things -

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candles, bottles of sauce, noodles

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and paper decorations.

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How many of these little rice bags do you want me to put out?

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Between five and seven.

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One, two, three, four, five.

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Do you remember how much it is for one bag?

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-It's two dong.

-That's right.

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Dong is the name of the money they use in Vietnam.

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There's so much going on in the market today,

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and Truc likes watching all the customers talking and shopping.

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Can I have 100g of dried mushrooms, please?

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And here's your first customer, Truc.

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Truc weighs the mushrooms on the scales.

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Grandma, is that 100g?

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Yes, that's right.

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That's 30 dong, please.

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Here's another customer. She wants three little candles in glass bowls.

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No time to rest, Truc. More and more people are arriving.

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And you're doing a great job of keeping up with them all.

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How much are these bags of seasoning, Grandma?

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Eight dong for two bags.

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You're good at adding up all that money, Truc.

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So, Truc, that's 30 dong for the seasoning powder

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and five for the salt.

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How much is that?

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That's 35 dong.

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More money, more counting.

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And what are you doing now, Truc?

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Are you trying to work out

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how much money all those customers have spent?

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10 - 8 = 2

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5 - 4 = 1

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That's 12.

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What are all the pictures on the banknotes, Truc?

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There's a tractor on this one,

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an elephant on this note

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and here are some women in a supermarket.

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After all that work, Grandma decides it's time for a treat.

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It's your turn to be the customer, Truc.

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But what would you like to buy?

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Please can I have three milk fruit?

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Please cut one for me.

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COCK CROWS

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That's 50 dong.

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Thank you.

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Grandma, I bought three milk fruit.

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I hope you chose some good ones.

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You have some too, Grandma.

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Milk fruit have a soft, milky centre.

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Do you like it, Truc?

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It's delicious.

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Good, because it's the perfect treat for a perfect helper.

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# Where shall we go? And who shall we see? #

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Let's go and see Liza...in Russia.

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Today, Liza is going fishing with her dad and twin brother, Stupa.

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But before they can go, they need to find some worms.

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Let's look for worms under that stump.

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Fish love eating worms.

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So if you want to catch a fish, first you need to catch a worm.

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THEY SPEAK IN RUSSIAN

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Don't worry, Liza, the worms are for the fish to eat, not you.

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That's enough.

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It's the first time Liza's been fishing

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and she's got a new fishing rod.

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Let's see if you can catch your very first fish with it, Liza.

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The river is just a short walk away through the countryside.

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Liza's older brother, Sergei, is coming on the trip too.

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-Dad, do you think we'll be able to catch a fish?

-We'll see.

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You can't always catch a fish.

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Sometimes you're lucky and sometimes you're not.

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And there it is - the river.

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It's full of fish, but will Liza be able to catch any?

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There's only one way to find out.

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Dad's setting up all the fishing rods.

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Dad, why is the rod so long?

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So you can reach far out into the river and not get your feet wet.

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Next, carefully place the worm on the hook

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so the fish will see it and want to eat it.

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Hold the rod carefully.

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That's it.

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Now wait for the fish to bite.

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If a fish bites on the worm, the orange float will move.

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Keep an eye on it, Liza.

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Be very quiet. You don't want to scare the fish away.

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If you want to catch a fish, you need lots of patience.

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My lovely rod, catch my fish.

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"Of course I will!"

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Is it moving yet?

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Look, Liza!

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It's moving.

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Whoa!

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You've caught it, well done!

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It was my very first try and I did it all by myself.

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Well done, Liza!

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Fantastic, Liza!

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You've caught your very first fish.

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And I know someone who'll be very excited to hear all about it.

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Mum, I caught my first fish!

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Wonderful. Did you use a worm?

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Yes, a worm.

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Well done. Give me five.

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# Where shall we go? And who shall we see? #

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Let's visit Rhys in Canada.

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Rhys is at home with Mum and Dad.

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He's going to help his dad make meatballs for supper.

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OK, I need a lot of help from you, so get on your stool

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-and we'll go over what we need to do.

-OK.

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Dad's made a list

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of all the ingredients they need to make meatballs.

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We've got breadcrumbs, salt and pepper and pork and beef,

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garlic, parsley and Parmesan, OK?

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Rhys's job is to mix them all together. First, the meat.

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There it goes.

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And put that one in too.

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-It's a lot of meat.

-Yeah, a lot of meat.

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Next, the breadcrumbs.

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Grab hold of a little bit like this and just put it in like that,

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mix it all around.

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-OK, now this is parsley, right?

-Yeah.

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So we want to get it all out over here.

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Put your hand over there.

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Dad needs to help Rhys use the knife to chop the parsley.

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You get it smaller and smaller and smaller.

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Then put it in there and then we'll wash your hands.

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-Is that garlic?

-Yeah, so put that in there.

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Two really big scoops, OK?

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-Of this one?

-Yeah, and do another one.

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That's really good.

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What else do we need to do?

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Parmesan, parsley we did.

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-And salt and pepper.

-Salt and pepper and Parmesan?

-Yeah.

-That's right.

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In goes the Parmesan cheese.

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We like cheese.

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Salt.

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And pepper.

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All right, that's great.

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And then the best bit -

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mixing with your hands.

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Get your fingers right in there.

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-What does it feel like?

-Really gooey.

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-Really gooey?

-Gooey.

-Good.

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-Shall I help you?

-Sure.

-All right.

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-I can smell the garlic. Can you?

-Yeah.

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-And all the meat's with it too.

-Smells good, doesn't it?

-Yeah.

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Everything is mixed together.

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But how are you go to turn that into meatballs?

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An ice-cream scoop.

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Pack it in.

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That'll help make them the right shape.

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Then, time for a quick roll.

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When you're ready with that one, you can pass it to me.

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And you can do the next one. Thank you very much.

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And the meat's become a meatball.

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How many meatballs do you think we're going to make?

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-Maybe 20.

-20, OK.

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-That's it, we've got it.

-It's going to be one big meatball.

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Thank you.

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The meatballs are cooked in the oven.

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And Dad's made a tomato sauce.

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There you go. Drop them in.

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-Plop!

-There you go.

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-Whoop!

-Perfect.

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Rhys's sister lays the table.

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And it's time for dinner.

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-This is yours.

-Thank you. Oh, my goodness, you guys.

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Oh, yummy!

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-DAD:

-Is it yummy?

-Mm-hm.

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I think those are my favourite ones.

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-Yeah, the meatballs are really good.

-You like them?

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Being as Rhys and I made the meal,

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we need somebody else to do the washing-up.

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-Really?

-Whoa! OK?

-Will you do it all by yourself?

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Looks like a good deal.

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You want Mommy to do it? That sounds like a good deal.

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Everyone's enjoyed the meatballs.

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Dad and Rhys, you make a great team.

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What a busy day it's been for everyone.

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Truc helped her grandma at the market stall.

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Liza caught her very first fish in the river.

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And Rhys made some tasty meatballs for all the family.

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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 drop in on three seven-year-olds who are all having a very busy day.

In Vietnam, Truc is helping out at her grandma's market stall and buying a delicious snack.

In Russia, Liza is learning how to go fishing and catching her first fish.

And in Canada, Rhys is helping his dad make their favourite supper - meatballs.

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


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