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WendyWeek 17 - Wendy is adamant that she wants to break off her relationship with Dic.
Key language

Emphatic forms of noun clauses - mai/taw; Colloquial form of present tense negative -
So i/Smo i.

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Afresymol, drygioni, unman, penwan, onibai, achos traddodi, tystiolaeth, dwyn, ail-law, cyfaddef, ble bynnag, wedir cyfan, niwed difrifol, yn ddiweddar, galw, llais, arllwys, twrnai (NW), annheg, cyfle, dewis, wynebu, cefnogi, cyhuddiad, dieuog, nodwyddau, ymddiheuro, cyfreithiol.

Episode 49
Brian and Agnes are having a domestic over Brian's insistence on talking to his friend Jac Whelan.
Brian swears that he is innocent of the charge that has been brought against him.

Episode 50
Wendy and Dic meet in the pub. Wendy is adamant that she wants to break off her relationship with him.
Agnes is still quizzing Brian about his dealings with Jac Wheelan but he again assures her that he is innocent.

Episode 51
Brian and Agnes are at the magistrates court.
Dic is still trying his best to get Wendy to change her mind - but to no avail. We find that Brian's case is to go to Crown Court - but he still pleads his innocence.

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