Coginio Cacen Y Teulu Mawr


Coginio Cacen

Mae hi'n helynt yng nghartref Y Teulu Mawr gan nad oes blawd ar gael ar gyfer coginio cacen. There is trouble at the family home. There's no flour for Malan to bake a cake at sc...


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-What else do we need?

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-Tea. Eggs.

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-Flour.

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-Oh, no.

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-The sooner we leave this shop

-the better.

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-Out.

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-Not again.

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-Sit down, please.

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-Oh, no.

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-What am I going to do with you?

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-If we're not careful, we won't

-be allowed back to the shop.

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-Would you like some...?

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-Oh, Modlen, not the flour.

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-Atchoo.

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-SCHOOLBELL RINGS

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-Guess what, Mam?

-I've reached the purple level.

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-We're cooking tomorrow. We're baking

-a sponge cake with strawberry jam.

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-I scored a great goal -

-you should've seen me.

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-Wait.

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-You can tell me at home.

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-I've had a difficult day.

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-Modlen's had her naughty

-little trunk in everything.

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-Babies can't be naughty.

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-They're only babies.

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-See what I mean?

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-Mam,

-I need some ingredients for my cake.

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-Timotheus is also baking one.

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-Do I look good?

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-Do I look good?

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-Morus, I'm trying to talk to Mam.

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-I need eggs, butter...

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-Oh, it's raining.

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-Strawberry jam.

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-The clothes. Come and help me.

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-I'll get my hair wet.

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-What about my cake?

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-Find what you need.

-I'll be back now.

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-Why is Mama always busy?

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-Hurry.

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-Have my spikes gone flat?

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-Have my spikes gone flat?

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-Oops.

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-Yes, now.

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-OK, eggs, butter, strawberry jam.

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-What else?

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-Sausages.

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-Sausages? In a cake?

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-That's what it says here.

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-Sausages and strawberry jam.

-Very tasty.

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-Let me see.

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-It says sugar, lemon!

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-I'm not a lemon.

-You're a messy writer.

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-I just need flour now.

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-Where does Mam keep it?

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-I scored a great goal.

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-Well done.

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-I'm baking a cake

-in school tomorrow.

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-Keep a piece for me.

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-Oh, yeah.

-Mam, where do you keep the flour?

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-Don't talk to me about flour.

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-I need some for school tomorrow.

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-What?

-Why didn't you tell me earlier?

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-Hello, Mari.

-Isn't it a lovely evening?

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-The perfect night

-to do a spot of gardening.

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-Sorry. Can't stop.

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-I can't believe this.

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-Started jogging, Mari?

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-No, but maybe I should.

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-We're buying ingredients to

-bake a cake. Mam forgot her purse.

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-Poor women. She's so disorganised.

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-Please, everyone,

-look for Mam's purse.

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-Here it is.

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-Wait. One moment.

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-Too late.

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-Too late.

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-Please. Only one bag of flour.

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-For my cake.

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-You know our opening hours.

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-Well, indeed.

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-Sorry, love.

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-What will we do now?

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-I was wondering if Malan and

-Timotheus could share ingredients.

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-I only need flour.

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-With pleasure.

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-With pleasure.

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-Wait a moment, Timotheus.

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-I'm sorry. We only have

-enough flour for one cake.

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-Really? Oh, no.

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-You should make a shopping list

-so that you remember everything.

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-Why won't she let Timotheus share?

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-No idea, Malan.

-Don't worry. I have another idea.

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-Nain will have some flour.

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-Of course.

-She's always baking cakes.

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-Mrs Twt can keep her flour.

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-Oh, no. Things are going

-from bad to worse.

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-What's wrong?

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-I'm sorry. We won't get

-to Nain's house tonight.

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-I was looking forward

-to baking a cake.

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-Could you use something else?

-Spaghetti, maybe?

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-A spaghetti sponge cake?

-With strawberry jam?

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-Lovely.

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-Hurry up, everyone,

-or we'll be late.

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-Come on, Malan, smile.

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-Your cake would've been horrible,

-anyway.

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-Modlen has no socks. Wait there.

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-Hello, Timotheus.

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-Hello, Timotheus.

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-Hello.

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-Ahem. We always drive to school,

-Timotheus. Remember?

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-Did you find some flour?

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-Did you find some flour?

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-No.

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-How unfortunate. What will you do?

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-Watch everyone else.

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-Don't do that.

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-Look.

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-Look. My new blouse.

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-Modlen! I'm so sorry, Tara.

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-That was the last egg.

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-How can Timotheus bake

-the best cake in the class now?

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-Don't worry. We have plenty of eggs.

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-You'll have to share with Timotheus.

-It's only fair.

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-Yes indeed.

-We're more than happy to share.

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-Can I share my flour, Mam?

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-You only have enough

-to bake one cake.

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-We'll make one cake together.

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-Yes.

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-Only a little at a time, please.

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-That's it. Well done.

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-Malan, you have flour on your trunk.

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-Oops. OK now?

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-SCHOOLBELL

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-Cake.

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-It looks lovely.

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-Which half did you make, Timotheus?

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-Which half did you make, Timotheus?

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-Um...

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-That one, yes?

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-It looks far tastier.

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-Well, what do you think?

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-Mm.

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-I don't understand.

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-What I'm trying to say is...

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-..we think it's the best

-strawberry jam sponge ever.

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-To be honest, Malan,

-you can bake every cake from now on.

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-Hear, hear.

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Mae hi'n helynt yng nghartref Y Teulu Mawr gan nad oes blawd ar gael ar gyfer coginio cacen. There is trouble at the family home. There's no flour for Malan to bake a cake at school.