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JennyWeek 96 -No wonder Jenny needs a 2 month break - she's also been unnerved by Chris's second attempt to throw himself under her car. Thankfully, Chris has now been sectioned in a psychiatric unit, leaving Brian without help in the garage. Meanwhile, Rhodri is insisting on living with his father full time.
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amser/adeg, idiomatic use of 'malu', gweld eisiau

New words

ffwdan, holi yn dwll, tro, lloerig, darfod, go brin, wrth fodd, codi pac, siarad trwy dy het, nesáu, sgytwad, difrifol, tyst, hanneru, strach, anghenion, sefyll, o leiaf, connan (SW), ar eu holau (part of 'ar ôl'), dal pen rheswm, hir-dymor, smonach, cymhleth, sâl ei feddwl, triniaeth, fel y boi, ar gael, mawredd y byd!

Episode 286
Chris has been sectioned in the psychiatric unit after witnesses saw him throw himself in front of Jenny's car.
Wendy's paranoid that Jenny may have said something to Brian about the DNA test. She doesn't want him to know she's lied to him.

Episode 287
Agnes tells Brian that Rhodri wants to live with him full time.
Jenny has reluctantly given in to Wendy's request to change the DNA results.
Jac's convinced that if Agnes would let Rhodri live with Brian, he'd soon come back.

Episode 288
Brian tells Jenny of his newly-discovered paternal feelings.
Jac tells Wendy he wants to go back into business.
And Jenny's made some quite unusual plans.

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