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Mae Hannah yn ceisio darbwyllo Gaynor mai hi oedd yn gyfrifol am werthu'r traethodau nid Chester. Hannah tries to convince Gaynor that she was resposible for selling the essays,...


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-This is a nice surprise.

-Come through.

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-I won't keep you.

-I was just passing.

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-I can't make a cuppa. I'm going out.

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-I can't make a cuppa. I'm going out.

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-No, I'm fine.

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-Do you fancy going out for

-a meal tonight or are you busy?

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-Why don't you come over here

-around six o'clock?

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-I'll cook for us.

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-Great. Thank you.

-As long as it's no trouble.

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-Oh. Well?

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-I've listened to it a lot

-and it's excellent.

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-TELEPHONE

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-Excuse me.

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-Hello.

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-Oh, hiya, Hywel.

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-Right.

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-No, that's a lot of help.

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-Thank you.

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-Alright?

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-Something to do with the school,

-but...

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-..very bad news for someone

-once again.

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-Less is more, Kelly.

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-When will you learn?

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-Hywel has found out

-where the essays came from.

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-And it's not a surprise?

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-And it's not a surprise?

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-Chester Monk.

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-Please make a case

-for expelling him.

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-One step at a time. I don't want to

-be accused of disrupting his exams.

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-He's disrupting his exams!

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-Not to mention everything else.

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-I agree, but the last thing

-we want is a PR disaster.

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-You have to be seen to protect

-the innocent people in all this...

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-..not brushing things

-under the carpet.

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-Is there real coffee here?

-I need a caffeine hit.

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-No, I don't have any, sorry.

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-Why were you up so late last night?

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-Skyping Chester and my friends.

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-They were on the beach.

-I was well jel.

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-Why don't you look

-for a temporary job?

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-It would be nice to have something

-other than your laptop and Chester.

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-I have considered it.

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-The latest about Chester

-is that he's started a business...

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-..selling essays to pupils.

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-Did you know about this?

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-It doesn't matter

-what Chester says or does...

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-..he'll always get the blame.

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-You should go into politics,

-Hannah...

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-..with your talent

-for avoiding questions.

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-He had nothing to do

-with selling essays.

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-OK?

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-Good.

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-Kelly?

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-Yes.

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-Morgan. Nice to meet you at last.

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-You too.

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-What would you like? They have

-a good selection of lagers.

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-A coffee. Americano.

-Extra hot, extra shot.

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-That necklace suits you.

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-Ta. I love it.

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-Glad to hear it.

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-This place is cool.

-I haven't been to Swansea for ages.

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-But your accent...

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-Pure Valleys. Merthyr.

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-Me too.

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-Me too.

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-No way.

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-We moved away when I was seven

-but I was born on the Gurnos Estate.

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-Oh, my god, me too!

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-Where did you move to from the

-bright lights of Merthyr, then?

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-West Wales and then London.

-Mam didn't like staying anywhere.

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-My mother's really independent

-as well.

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-So, um... How did you get involved

-in animal rights?

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-When I did a stint on this fur farm

-while travelling in the 1980s.

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-Seeing those animals

-stuffed into cages drove me mad.

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-It had a lasting effect on me.

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-It had a lasting effect on me.

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-I hate cruelty too.

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-What about the bloke

-working with you?

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-Um... Gethin.

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-He must feel strongly about it too

-like you.

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-Yes, that's why we founded

-Friends of all Creatures.

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-He had a tough upbringing

-like me...

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-..and it makes us want

-to protect the innocent.

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-What do you mean,

-by a tough upbringing?

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-We've just had to take care

-of ourselves.

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-I know we've discussed this before.

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-Not with me. This is the first

-I've heard about essays.

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-We didn't have evidence

-that Chester was responsible.

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-Don't play with your phone!

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-But we do have evidence now.

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-An expert has traced the essays

-to this address.

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-Your address, Chester.

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-This is illegal.

-I've got human rights.

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-We haven't broken the law.

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-So you have been selling

-Sion's essays for money, have you?

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-Not just Sion's.

-Other teachers' essays too.

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-They thought they were helping

-Chester with his coursework.

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-Chester will receive support

-from the school...

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-..during the exam period...

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-..but then we should consider

-other options...

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-..if Chester intends

-to continue his education.

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-What are you saying?

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-You don't want him to come back,

-is it?

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-Well, the school isn't getting

-the best out of Chester...

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-..despite trying for years.

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-I don't want to go

-to another school.

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-Mam, say something, will you?

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-What can I say?

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-Look, why don't we discuss this

-after the exams?

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-Focus on those for now, yes?

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-Um...

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-..thank you.

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-We could pretend

-we've stayed at Penrhewl...

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-..and write bad reviews

-about the terrible time we had.

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-Sub-standard tents,

-poor facilities...

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-..uncomfortable beds.

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-Then when people look up Penrhewl

-or glamping online...

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-..the bad reviews will come up.

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-That's really naughty.

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-That's really naughty.

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-Yes, but effective.

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-Companies have closed

-because of bad reviews.

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-I'm hungry. Can I buy you a meal?

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-You don't have to buy me a meal...

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-..but, yes,

-I could do with something to eat.

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-Can we see the menu?

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-And the wine list.

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-Why not? It's the weekend.

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-Toilet.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Who's there?

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-Hannah. Diane's granddaughter.

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-I thought you were someone else.

-Come in before anyone sees me.

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-Ignore this.

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-Right, what can I do for you?

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-You know Chester and I

-are dating, don't you?

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-So I know all about the meeting

-he had with you today...

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-..and that he could be expelled.

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-Hannah, it's nice that you're loyal

-but this a matter for the school.

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-But it was my fault.

-It had nothing to do with Chester.

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-I wanted a money quick fix

-but it got out of hand.

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-I've closed the website down. I'm

-sorry for the trouble I've caused.

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-And what was Chester doing while

-you were working on his computer?

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-He tried to stop me

-but we're going out together.

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-He likes me.

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-It started as a bit of fun.

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-I'm so sorry.

-I promise it'll never happen again.

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-Right.

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-You'd better go.

-I've got someone coming over.

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-I really am sorry.

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-Hiya.

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-Well, Mr Teflon

-has got away with it again.

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-What do you mean?

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-Hannah has been over claiming she

-was the brains behind the essays.

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-You don't believe her, do you?

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-Well, she's lost her place

-at the school thanks to him.

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-Well, I'll have to assess Hannah's

-case separately to be fair to her.

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-Listen, I'd better go.

-Elgan's coming over later.

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-Alright. Let's hope he turns up.

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-How long have you lived in Cwmderi?

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-On and off since I was 18.

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-Have you got photos of the people

-you've talked about?

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-Auntie Anita and...

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-..Gethin.

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-I like to put faces to names.

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-I like to put faces to names.

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-Yes.

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-Do you still live

-with Auntie Anita?

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-Yes, since...

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-..Uncle Meic died.

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-We get on well

-and she enjoys the company too.

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-Here she is.

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-Auntie Anita.

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-Auntie Anita.

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-She looks nice.

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-And Gethin.

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-His partner Ffion.

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-And her daughter Arwen.

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-And her daughter Arwen.

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-Ah, cute.

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-What's Ffion like?

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-Really nice. Her fair share

-of demons, but she's alright now.

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-It's no secret, she's an alcoholic.

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-Gethin, Dani and I locked her in

-her flat for a week to detox her.

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-Who's Dani?

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-Gethin's sister.

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-A bit of a character.

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-A bit of a character.

-

-Is she?

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-Under the fun exterior, someone

-you wouldn't want to mess with.

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-She's tough.

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-There are dark secrets in that

-family, from what I understand.

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-What do you mean, dark secrets?

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-Something to do with the father.

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-I've never spoken

-to Gethin or Dani about it...

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-..so it wouldn't be fair to gossip.

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-But there are two sides

-to every story.

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-Not to this story, I don't think.

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-Gethin hates him.

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-The guy is on the run

-from the police.

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-And there's no smoke without fire,

-is there?

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-No.

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-What are you doing?

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-You're not getting this back

-until after the exams!

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-I'm going to Adam's house.

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-Do you think your life will go back

-to normal after what you've done?

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-After all the chances

-that school's given you!

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-DOOR BUZZER

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-Sit down!

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-I felt so ashamed sitting there

-in front of Gaynor today...

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-..so from now on,

-all you're going to do...

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-..is revise until after the exams.

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-And then maybe...maybe,

-if you do really well...

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-..I'll get Gaynor to reconsider.

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-I've sorted it out.

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-I've been to see Gaynor and told her

-I was behind the essays.

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-So she can't expel you.

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-So she can't expel you.

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-You're a lifesaver. Thanks.

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-Hannah, I don't know

-if I'm happy about this.

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-I can only hope

-you haven't got yourself in trouble.

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-Because if she has...

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-..it'll all be your fault.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Sorry.

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-I'm so sorry.

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-Well, the meal is ruined.

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-A friend of mine phoned, Huw,

-my best friend from university.

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-I haven't heard from him in years.

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-Anyway, he's getting married

-for the third time.

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-Why didn't you phone to tell me

-you were going to be late?

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-I was on the phone,

-so I couldn't phone.

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-I couldn't get rid of Huw. Sorry.

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-Look, would you consider

-being my plus one at this wedding?

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-He's rented somewhere

-in the Cotswolds.

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-He says it's like Downton Abbey.

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-Huw works in the private sector

-so he has loads of money.

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-Right, well, I'll check my diary.

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-Come through.

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-Oh, you've gone to a lot of

-trouble. There's a fantastic aroma.

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-Yes, well,

-it smells better than it looks now.

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-I'll see if I can rescue it.

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-Why don't you see

-if you like this first?

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-I know it might be a bit early

-to buy you a gift like this...

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-..but I saw it and thought

-it would be perfect for you.

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-This must have cost you a fortune.

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-Do you like it?

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-It's fantastic. Thank you.

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-So I'm forgiven, am I?

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-Well, I'm still considering it.

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-Alright. What if I took you

-out for a meal?

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-You can wear that if you like,

-not that you need to change.

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-You look lovely as you are.

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-I'll try it on.

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-Help yourself to some wine.

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-I'm sorry to call by so late.

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-Is there anything wrong?

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-Is Hannah here?

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-Is Hannah here?

-

-Come in. She's upstairs.

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-Listen, Diane, I'm not doing this

-to be mean, but...

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-What's happened?

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-I heard what you said to Gaynor.

-You've made a big mistake, Hannah.

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-Hold on.

-What are you talking about?

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-Hannah's taken the blame

-for Chester's latest scam.

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-He was selling essays to pupils.

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-Why have you come here

-on a Friday night to say this?

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-Just because you've got

-a personal problem with Chester.

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-Don't talk to Ffion like that.

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-It's alright, Diane. I can

-understand why Hannah said that.

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-But I'm not doing this

-because of a personal vendetta.

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-Chester has destroyed

-a lot of lives.

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-I don't want to see your name

-added to that list.

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-You don't know him like I do.

-He hasn't destroyed anything.

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-Maybe he already has.

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-You've admitted a serious offence.

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-Gaynor could refuse you a place

-at the new community school.

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-Well, thank you, Ffion.

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-Hannah.

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-I'll get this.

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-I'll get this.

-

-No, we'll split it.

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-I insist. Then I have to go.

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-I've got an important meeting.

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-We've got a protest this weekend...

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-..at a laboratory

-where they experiment on animals.

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-What sort of protest?

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-A protest where morality

-takes precedence over legality.

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-I have no idea

-what that sentence means.

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-It's been nice meeting you.

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-It's been nice meeting you too.

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-You're really fascinating,

-do you know that?

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-I've never thought of myself

-as being particularly fascinating.

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-You should.

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-Would you like to meet up again?

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-Yes.

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-Next week, maybe?

-I could tell you about the weekend.

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-You've got my number, so...

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-Take care.

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Mae Hannah yn ceisio darbwyllo Gaynor mai hi oedd yn gyfrifol am werthu'r traethodau nid Chester. Hannah tries to convince Gaynor that she was resposible for selling the essays, not Chester.