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1.0 meanings of 'hwyl', ar hyd, new use of 'hen' Downloads
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Language Lesson
BrianWeek 105 - Jenny tells Agnes that Chris claims he doesn't remember a thing about climbing on to the hospital roof and threatening to throw himself off.
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meanings of 'hwyl', ar hyd, new use of 'hen'

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erbyn hyn, Sut hwyl?, claim, twlu (SW), o'r farn, datrys, teimlo dros, am y canfed tro, sychedig, mynd i ganu, llwythi, berwedig, siafft, ar hyd, pechu, o hyn allan, annifyr, hen, mynd i'r gwellt, pendant, fel petai, hastu (SW), ciw, treal (SW), brathu tafod, achlysur, twyllo, cwrteisi, gwaraidd, gostwng, cystadleuol, sefydlu

Episode 312
Wendy is still hearing strange noises in the house, and is trying to persuade Brian to sell up.
Jac is finding the prospective opening of his garage a bit of a headache.
Agnes and Jenny discuss Chris Roberts's claim that he can't remember anything about his attempted suicide.

Episode 313
Jenny doesn't want to offend her friends, Jac and Brian, and announces that she'll be a customer at both garages.
Meanwhile Jac is having extensive work done to his garage ready for the grand opening in a few days' time.

Episode 314
Brian tells Jac that he can be just as competitive as him.
Wendy and Agnes meet at the bank and have an angry exchange.
Jenny is given a tour of Jac's garage and is very impressed by his ambitious plans.

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