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Peppa Pig으로 영어 공부해요! (Season 1 - Part 3)

# 페파픽을 활용한 영어 공부법 (필독) http://www.vingle.net/posts/430617 ----------------- 25. The Tooth Fairy Narrator: Peppa and George are having their favourite food—spaghetti. Daddy Pig: What a lot of noise. Peppa Pig: Finished! Mummy Pig: Now we’ll have a bit of quiet. Peppa Pig: What’s that? Daddy Pig: It’s a tooth. Peppa Pig: Where did that come from? Mummy Pig: Peppa, maybe you should look in the mirror. Peppa Pig: Oh. It’s my tooth. It’s fallen out. Mummy Pig: Don’t worry, Peppa. It’s just a milk tooth. They’re meant to fall out. Peppa Pig: Will I grow a new one, Mummy? Mummy Pig: Yes, you will, Peppa. Mummy Pig: It also means the tooth fairy will be paying you a visit. Peppa Pig: Tooth fairy? Mummy Pig: Yes, the tooth fairy. If you put the tooth under your pillow tonight, the tooth fairy will come. Mummy Pig: The tooth fairy will take the tooth and in its place she will leave a shiny coin. Peppa Pig: When I grow up I want to be a tooth fairy. Daddy Pig: And what would you like to be when you grow up, George? George: Dinosaur. Daddy Pig: A dinosaur. Peppa Pig: Quick, George. It’s bedtime. We don’t want to miss the tooth fairy. Narrator: Before going to bed, Peppa and George brush their teeth. Daddy Pig: Peppa, what are you doing? Peppa Pig: I’m brushing my tooth so it’s nice and clean for the tooth fairy. Narrator: Peppa cannot wait to get into bed. Narrator: Peppa is putting her tooth under the pillow for the tooth fairy. Mummy Pig: Good-night, Peppa and George. Peppa Pig: Good-night, Mummy. Good-night, Daddy. Daddy Pig: Good-night, my little piggies. Peppa Pig: George, I’m not going to sleep. Let’s both stay awake all night and see the tooth fairy. Peppa Pig: This tooth fairy is very late. Narrator: The tooth fairy is taking a long time to arrive. Peppa Pig: Where is that tooth fairy? Narrator: What is that noise? Is it the tooth fairy? Peppa Pig: George? Can you hear something? Oh, George. Narrator: Oh, the noise is George. He was so tired he has fallen asleep. Peppa Pig: George is not very good at staying awake. But I am. I’m going to stay awake and see the tooth fairy. I’m not going to sleep. Narrator: The tooth fairy has arrived. Peppa is asleep. Tooth Fairy: Hello, Peppa. Would you like this coin in return for your tooth? Tooth Fairy: What a nice clean tooth. Thank you, Peppa. Good-night. Mummy Pig: Peppa, George, wake up. It’s morning. Peppa Pig: What? I wasn’t asleep. Daddy Pig: Did the tooth fairy come? Peppa Pig: No. Daddy Pig: Let’s take a look under your pillow. Mummy Pig: Look, Peppa. The tooth fairy has been and she’s left you a coin. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Mummy Pig: You fell asleep, didn’t you? Peppa Pig: Well, maybe I fell asleep just for a little bit. Next time I will stay awake and I will see the tooth fairy. 26. Treasure Hunt Narrator: Granny Pig and Grandpa Pig are making a treasure hunt for Peppa and George. Granny Pig is drawing the treasure map. Grandpa Pig is burying the treasure in a secret place in the garden. Granny Pig: Grandpa Pig, have you finished? Peppa and George will be here soon. Grandpa Pig: No need to panic, Granny Pig. Narrator: Peppa and her family are here. Granny Pig: Quick, Grandpa Pig. They’re here. Grandpa Pig: Almost done. Narrator: Grandpa Pig just finished in time. Peppa Pig: Granny Pig, we’re here! George: Grankey ‘ig! Granny Pig: Hello, my little ones. Peppa Pig: Grandpa Pig! George: Grandpa ‘ig! Grandpa Pig: Ahoy there, me hearties! Granny Pig: Peppa, George, we’ve made you a treasure hunt. Grandpa Pig: Somewhere in the garden is buried treasure. Peppa Pig: Wow, treasure! Where is it? Grandpa Pig: You have to look for it. Granny Pig: Here’s a treasure map for Peppa. Grandpa Pig: And George can wear my pirate hat. Ahoy there, Captain George. Peppa Pig: The map is a bit difficult. Daddy, can you help? Daddy Pig: Of course, Peppa. I’m very good with maps. It is a bit difficult. Granny Pig: Daddy Pig, you’re holding the map upside down. Daddy Pig: Yes, I thought as much. Peppa Pig: It’s easy! The red cross shows where the treasure is. Daddy Pig: But where in the garden are those two apple trees? Peppa Pig: Hmmm, I don’t know. Granny Pig: Would you like a clue? Peppa Pig: Yes, please. Granny Pig: The first clue is in a bottle. But where is the bottle? Peppa Pig: I can see it. Narrator: Peppa has found the first clue—a message in a bottle. Peppa Pig: Look, everyone! It’s a bottle! Grandpa Pig: Well done, Peppa. Let’s see what the message says. Oh, it’s a message from a pirate. Peppa Pig: Mummy, can you read the pirate’s message? Mummy Pig: Hmmm, this pirate has very bad handwriting. Grandpa Pig: The pirate’s handwriting is excellent. Mummy Pig: No, I can’t make it out at all. Grandpa Pig: The pirate has clearly written: “Follow the arrows.” Peppa Pig: Follow the arrows? Narrator: George has found the second clue—sticks in the shape of an arrow. Peppa Pig: Look, they point this way. Narrator: Peppa and George are following the arrows. Peppa Pig: Look, George, a key! Narrator: Peppa has found the next clue—a key. Granny Pig: Well done, Peppa. Now you just have to find the treasure chest that it unlocks. Peppa Pig: But there aren’t any more clues. Granny Pig: Maybe you should take another look at the map. Look, Peppa. The map has two apple trees on it. Peppa Pig: Here’s an apple tree. And here’s an apple tree. So the treasure must be here. Daddy Pig: Let’s take a look. Daddy Pig: Oh, dear. There doesn’t seem to be anything here. Daddy Pig: Hang on. There is something here. Peppa Pig: Wow, treasure! Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, Grandpa Pig, Granny Pig: Hurrah! Grandpa Pig: Well done. Peppa Pig: I’ve got the key to open it. Daddy Pig: Wow, I can’t believe it! Gold coins! They must be worth a fortune. Grandpa Pig: It’s better than that. They’re not gold coins. They’re chocolate coins. Granny Pig: And there’s a chocolate coin for everybody. Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, Grandpa Pig, Granny Pig, Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Narrator: Peppa and George love chocolate coins. Narrator: Everyone loves chocolate coins. Peppa Pig: Granny, Grandpa, this is the best treasure hunt ever. 27. Not Very Well Narrator: Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig have just made breakfast for Peppa and George. Daddy Pig: Breakfast is ready. Narrator: Peppa has red spots on her face. Peppa Pig: Mummy, I don’t feel very well. Mummy Pig: Oh, dear, Peppa. You don’t look very well. Daddy Pig: Don’t worry. I’ll ring Dr. Brown Bear. Dr. Brown Bear: Dr. Brown Bear speaking. Daddy Pig: Peppa is not very well. Her face is covered in red spots. Dr. Brown Bear: Hmmm. Put Peppa to bed and I’ll come straight round. Narrator: Dr. Brown Bear has come to make Peppa better. Dr. Brown Bear: Hello, Peppa. How are you today? Peppa Pig: I’m not very well. Dr. Brown Bear: Stick your tongue out, please. Dr. Brown Bear: Hmm. It’s not anything serious. Peppa has just got a rash. Peppa Pig: Do I need medicine? Dr. Brown Bear: The rash will clear up quickly, but if you like I can give you just a little medicine. Peppa Pig: Yes, please. Dr. Brown Bear: I’m afraid it doesn’t taste very nice. Open wide, please. Peppa Pig: Yuck! Disgusting! Dr. Brown Bear: You are a brave little one for taking it so well. Dr. Brown Bear: Peppa must stay in bed. I’ll call back later to check that she’s better. Mummy Pig: Can Peppa have visitors? Dr. Brown Bear: Oh, yes, she can have visitors. The rash isn’t catching. Goodbye. Daddy Pig: Goodbye, Dr. Brown Bear. Peppa Pig: Mummy, can I get up now? Mummy Pig: Dr. Brown Bear says that you must stay in bed for a little bit, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Oh. But it’s so boring. Mummy Pig: Dr. Brown Bear did say you could have visitors. Peppa Pig: Could Suzy Sheep visit me? Narrator: Suzy Sheep is Peppa’s best friend. Mummy Pig: I’ll ring Suzy Sheep’s mummy. Mrs. Sheep: Hello, Mrs. Pig. Mummy Pig: May Peppa talk with Suzy, please? Peppa Pig: Hello, Suzy. Suzy Sheep: Hello, Peppa. Peppa Pig: I’m not very well. I have red spots on my face. Suzy Sheep: Has the doctor been? Peppa Pig: Yes, Dr. Brown Bear was here. He said I wasn’t very well and that I was very brave. Suzy Sheep: So are you really ill? Peppa Pig: Yes, yes. It’s not pretend. I have to stay in bed. Dr. Brown Bear gave me medicine that tasted really horrible. Suzy Sheep: I’m coming to see you. I’m going to wear my nurse’s outfit. Narrator: Suzy Sheep has come to see Peppa. Suzy is wearing her nurse’s costume. Danny Dog and Rebecca Rabbit have come along too. Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog, Rebecca Rabbit: Hello, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Hello. Suzy Sheep: How do you feel? Peppa Pig: I’m not very well, Suzy. I have to stay in bed. Suzy Sheep: What can we do to make you better? Peppa Pig: You can get me some orange juice. Suzy Sheep: Okay. Narrator: Peppa seems to be quite enjoying herself. Peppa Pig: Thank you, Suzy. Suzy Sheep: Do you feel any better? Peppa Pig: A little bit. Peppa Pig: Danny, ask my mummy if I could have some ice cream. And Rebecca, could you bring me some flowers from the garden? Narrator: Dr. Brown Bear is here to see whether Peppa is better. Dr. Brown Bear: Ah, good. The nurse is already here. How is the patient? Suzy Sheep: I’m not a real nurse. It’s just pretend. Dr. Brown Bear: I see. Would you like me to take a look myself? Suzy Sheep: Yes, please. Dr. Brown Bear: I say! No more red spots! You’re completely better. Peppa Pig: Aren’t I still a bit ill? Dr. Brown Bear: How do you feel? Peppa Pig: I think I should stay in bed a little bit more. Daddy Pig: I fancy a game with this ball in the garden. Who wants to join me? Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog, Rebecca Rabbit: Me, me, me! Peppa Pig: Me too! Dr. Brown Bear: Well, I never. A complete recovery. 28. Windy Castle Narrator: Peppa and her family are going out for the day. Daddy Pig: Peppa, George, today we’re going to Windy Castle. Peppa Pig: What’s Windy Castle, Daddy? Daddy Pig: It’s a castle on a very high hill. Narrator: George likes castles. Peppa Pig: Windy Castle sounds like a boring thing, for boys. Daddy Pig: No, Peppa. You’ll love it. There’s a great view from the top of Windy Castle. You can even see Granny and Grandpa’s house. Peppa Pig: Wow! Let’s go. Daddy Pig: I’ll map read and Mummy Pig will drive. Mummy Pig: Are you sure, Daddy Pig? When you map read we always get lost and you get grumpy. Daddy Pig: We will not get lost. And I will not get grumpy. Mummy Pig: Windy Castle, here we come. Peppa Pig: Are we nearly there yet? Daddy Pig: Not quite. Peppa Pig: Oh. Daddy Pig: Would you like to play a game? Peppa Pig: Yes, please. Let’s play I Spy. Daddy Pig: OK. I’ll go first. Narrator: Daddy Pig has to secretly look at something and the others have to guess what it is. Daddy Pig: I spy with my little eye something coloured red. Peppa Pig: Red. My dress. That’s red. Daddy Pig: No, it’s not your dress. Peppa Pig: Hmm? The car. Daddy Pig: That’s right, our red car. Peppa Pig: My go. I spy with my little eye something blue. Daddy Pig: Hmm. George’s blue shirt. Peppa Pig: No. Mummy Pig: Is it something in the car? Peppa Pig: No. Give up? Daddy Pig: Yes. Peppa Pig: The sky. The blue sky. I win. Mummy Pig: Daddy Pig, do you know where we are? Daddy Pig: I know exactly where we are. Although, this road doesn’t look the same as it does on this map. Mummy Pig: Oh, Daddy Pig. We’re lost. Daddy Pig: We are not lost. Mummy Pig: So how do we get to Windy Castle from here? Daddy Pig: Just give me a moment. Hmm. Mummy Pig: I know. We can ring Granny and Grandpa. Daddy Pig: There’s no need to ring Granny and Grandpa. I’ll get us to Windy Castle if it takes me all day. Mummy Pig: We haven’t got all day. Grandpa Pig: Hello, Grandpa Pig speaking. Mummy Pig: Grandpa Pig, we’ve got a bit lost on the way to Windy Castle. Grandpa Pig: Is Daddy Pig doing the map reading? Mummy Pig: Yes, Daddy Pig is doing the map reading and he’s a bit grumpy at the moment. Daddy Pig: I am not grumpy. Grandpa Pig: This is the best route. Keep on the main road until you see Windy Castle up ahead. Mummy Pig: Thank you, Grandpa Pig. Mummy Pig: We follow the main road and look out for Windy Castle. Daddy Pig: As I thought. Peppa Pig: Look. Is that a castle? Daddy Pig: Yes. It’s Windy Castle. Mummy Pig: Come on, car. Peppa Pig: Go on, car. You can make it. Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Narrator: Peppa and her family have arrived at Windy Castle. Peppa Pig: Wow, it’s so tall. Daddy Pig: Let’s go inside. The view from the top is fantastic. Peppa Pig: Wow! Mummy Pig: Look at the view. Peppa Pig: Mummy, is that Granny and Grandpa’s house? Mummy Pig: Yes, it is. Peppa Pig: It’s so far away. Daddy Pig: Let’s take a look through the telescope. Peppa Pig: Can I look first, please? Daddy Pig: Yes, but you must let George look next. Peppa Pig: Wow! Narrator: The telescope makes everything look bigger. Peppa Pig: I can see Granny and Grandpa. Peppa Pig: Look, George. George: Dankey ‘ig, Papa ‘ig. Narrator: George is waving at Granny and Grandpa. Peppa Pig: Silly George. Granny and Grandpa are too far away to see you waving. Mummy Pig: I know. We can ring them. Grandpa Pig: Hello. Mummy Pig: Grandpa Pig, we can see you from Windy Castle. Wave at us. Peppa Pig: Granny and Grandpa are waving at us. Peppa Pig: I love Windy Castle. 29. Pancakes Narrator: It is teatime and Mummy Pig has a surprise for everyone. Mummy Pig: Today is a day for pancakes. Daddy Pig: Pancakes. Delicious. Peppa Pig: I love pancakes. Narrator: Everyone loves pancakes. Daddy Pig: I’m the expert at flipping the pancakes over. Leave that to me. Mummy Pig: Are you sure, Daddy Pig? Last time you got a bit grumpy when you dropped the pancake on the floor. Daddy Pig: I did not get grumpy. There was a problem with the frying pan. Peppa Pig: Mummy, can we help make the pancakes, please? Mummy Pig: Yes, you can help me make the batter. Mummy Pig: First, I put some flour in the bowl. Peppa Pig and George: Oo-oo. Mummy Pig: Now I add an egg. Mummy Pig: Now the milk. Mummy Pig: And I give it all a stir. Peppa Pig: Mummy, can I stir? Mummy Pig: Yes, of course, Peppa. Narrator: Peppa loves stirring. Narrator: George wants to stir as well. Peppa Pig: No, George. Like this. Mummy Pig: Okay, that’s enough stirring. You two sit at the table while I cook the pancakes. Narrator: Mummy Pig is going to flip the pancake over. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Daddy Pig: You could flip it higher, Mummy Pig. Mummy Pig: You can show us how when you flip your own pancake, Daddy Pig. Narrator: This first pancake is for George. Narrator: Mummy Pig pours a little syrup on George’s pancake. Narrator: Delicious. Narrator: This pancake is for Peppa. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Daddy Pig: Hmm. You could flip it higher, Mummy Pig. Mummy Pig: You will get a chance to show me when you flip your own pancake, Daddy Pig. Peppa Pig: Syrup please. Peppa Pig: Mmm, delicious. Narrator: This pancake is for Mummy Pig. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Daddy Pig: You still aren’t flipping them high enough, Mummy Pig. Mummy Pig: The next pancake is yours, Daddy Pig. So now you can show us how it should be done. Mummy Pig: Mmm, delicious. Daddy Pig: Is everyone watching? Daddy Pig: The secret of making a good pancake is to flip it high into the air. Daddy Pig: A-one, two, three, hoopla! Peppa Pig: Silly Daddy. Daddy Pig: Oh, maybe that was just a bit too high. Mummy Pig: What a shame. That was the last pancake. Daddy Pig: It should be a simple matter to get it down. Narrator: Oh dear. Daddy Pig cannot reach his pancake. Mummy Pig: Don’t worry, Daddy Pig. I think I know a way to get it down. Mummy Pig: Let’s go upstairs, children. Mummy Pig: This way. Narrator: What is Mummy Pig planning to do? Mummy Pig: On the count of three we all have to start jumping up and down. One, two, three, jump! Daddy Pig: What are they doing? Narrator: It worked! Now Daddy Pig has his pancake. Peppa Pig: Daddy has a pancake on his head. Mummy Pig: Syrup on your pancake, Daddy Pig? Daddy Pig: Yes, please. Daddy Pig: One, two, three, hoopla! Daddy Pig: Delicious. Peppa Pig: Silly daddy. 30. The Museum Narrator: Peppa and her family are going to the museum. Peppa Pig: Daddy, what is a museum? Daddy Pig: It’s a place full of interesting things that are very old. Peppa Pig: Older than you? Daddy Pig: Yes, even older than me. Peppa Pig and George: Oo-oo. Peppa Pig: Really old. Mummy Pig: There’s one room that is full of things that belonged to kings and queens from long ago. Peppa Pig: I want to see the king and queen’s room. Daddy Pig: And there’s another room with a real dinosaur. George: Wow, dinosaur, grr! Miss Rabbit: Hello, Mummy Pig. Mummy Pig: Hello, Miss Rabbit. Miss Rabbit: How many tickets, please? Mummy Pig: Two adults and two children. George: Dinosaur, grr. Miss Rabbit: And a dinosaur. Narrator: Peppa wants to see the room full of things that belonged to kings and queens from long ago. Peppa Pig: Wow! George: Dinosaur? Narrator: But George wants to see the real dinosaur. Mummy Pig: Don’t worry, George. We will see the dinosaur next. Mummy Pig: Peppa, these are all the things that the queen had a long time ago. Mummy Pig: This is the queen’s special chair. It’s called a throne. Peppa Pig: It’s beautiful. Mummy Pig: This is the queen’s dress. Peppa Pig: It’s so pretty. Mummy Pig: Look, Peppa. This is the queen’s golden crown. Peppa Pig: Wow! What lovely things. Peppa Pig: Mummy, where is the queen’s television? Mummy Pig: They didn’t have television then. Peppa Pig: No television? But they did have computers. Mummy Pig: No, they didn’t have computers either. Peppa Pig: What did they do all day? Peppa Pig: Mummy, if I was the queen I would eat as much cake as I wanted. Narrator: Peppa imagines being a queen. Peppa Pig: Mmm, delicious. Mummy Pig: Is there anything else you would care for, Queen Peppa? Peppa Pig: Yes, more cake, please. Mummy Pig: Of course. Daddy Pig: Come on, everyone. Peppa Pig: Coming, Daddy. Peppa Pig: Daddy, I’m Queen Peppa. Peppa Pig: You must bow when you speak to me. Daddy Pig: Oh, I’m most terribly sorry, your royal highness. Peppa Pig: And what do you do? Daddy Pig: I’m your daddy. Peppa Pig: That must be very interesting. Daddy Pig: Yes, it’s very interesting. Peppa Pig: And what room is this? Daddy Pig: This is the dinosaur room. Peppa Pig: The dinosaur room? Peppa Pig: George, this is the dinosaur room. George: Dinosaur. Peppa Pig: Where is the dinosaur? Daddy Pig: He’s somewhere in the room. Peppa Pig: I can’t see him. He must be very small. Daddy Pig: Actually, Peppa, he’s very big. Peppa Pig: Wow! Daddy Pig: These are the bones of a real dinosaur. George: Dinosaur, grr. Narrator: George imagines being a big dinosaur. Peppa Pig: It’s a dinosaur! Help, help! Mummy Pig: The dinosaur room is George’s favourite room. Peppa Pig: My favourite room is the king and queen’s room. Mummy Pig: And it looks as if Daddy Pig is already in his favourite room. Peppa Pig: Which room is that, Mummy? Mummy Pig: The room with the cakes in. Narrator: Daddy Pig’s favourite room is the museum cafe. Daddy Pig: Come on, tuck in. Peppa Pig: Oh, yes. This is a very nice room. 31. Secrets Narrator: Mummy Pig has made a special box for Peppa. Mummy Pig: Peppa, this box is just for you. Peppa Pig: Thank you, Mummy. Mummy Pig: It’s a secret box for you to keep secret things in. Peppa Pig: What things can I put in it, Mummy? Mummy Pig: Only you can decide that, Peppa. It’s your secret box. Peppa Pig: I know what I can put in it. Mummy Pig: Good, but don’t tell me. Peppa Pig: I won’t tell you or George or Daddy. It’s a secret. Peppa Pig: George, this is my secret box. It’s empty. I have to find some things to put inside. Narrator: George wants to help Peppa. Peppa Pig: No, George. Only I must know what’s in the box. Peppa Pig: You have to wait outside while I choose. Narrator: Peppa is going to choose some secret things to put in the box. Peppa Pig: Now my secret box is full. Peppa Pig: George, you must not look inside. Narrator: George would like to know what is inside Peppa’s secret box. Peppa Pig: If you like you can try to guess. George: Dinosaur. Narrator: George thinks Peppa has put a dinosaur in the box. Peppa Pig: Oh, George, you always say dinosaur for everything. Peppa Pig: Anyway, a dinosaur is too big to fit in the box. Narrator: George cannot guess what is in Peppa’s secret box. Narrator: Daddy Pig is cleaning a picture. Peppa Pig: Daddy, this is my secret box. Mummy made it for me. Daddy Pig: It’s very nice, Peppa. What’s inside? Peppa Pig: It’s a secret. George tried to guess but he didn’t get it right. Daddy Pig: Can I have a try? Peppa Pig: Yes. Daddy Pig: Hmm, have you put my glasses inside? Peppa Pig: No. Your glasses are on your head. Daddy Pig: So they are. Peppa Pig: Silly Daddy. You must have a proper guess. Daddy Pig: OK. Have you put Mummy’s shoes in the box? Peppa Pig: Nope. And that’s all your guesses used up. Narrator: Peppa likes secrets. Peppa Pig: Mummy, no one knows what’s in my box. Peppa Pig: Oh, what has George got? Mummy Pig: I made a box for George too, and he’s filled it with secret things. And only George knows what’s inside. Peppa Pig: Oh. Narrator: Peppa would like to know what is inside George’s box. Peppa Pig: It’s George’s toy dinosaur, of course. George: No. Narrator: George’s toy dinosaur is not in George’s box. Peppa Pig: It’s too difficult! I’ll never guess. Narrator: Peppa does not like secrets as much as she used to. Mummy Pig: Maybe if you show George one thing from your box, then he could show you one thing from his. Peppa Pig: OK. But we must do it at the same time. Daddy Pig: That’s a good idea. On the count of three you each show what’s in your boxes. Ready? Peppa Pig: Yes. Daddy Pig: One, two, three! Narrator: George has a drum. Narrator: And Peppa has a trumpet. Mummy Pig: Lovely! Daddy Pig: Yes, it sounds very nice. Daddy Pig: Do you have any more secret things? Narrator: George has a custard doughnut. Peppa Pig: Oh. Narrator: Peppa’s box is empty. Peppa Pig: I’ve got nothing else. Mummy Pig: Luckily, I have. Come on, tuck in. Narrator: George, Peppa, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig all like custard doughnuts. Daddy Pig: I don’t have a special box. But I know a very good place to hide my custard doughnut. Can you guess where? Peppa Pig: Hmm, are you going to hide it in the fridge? Daddy Pig: No, somewhere much more special. My tummy. Daddy Pig: Mmm, delicious. Peppa Pig: I’m going to hide mine in my tummy. Mummy Pig: Me too. 32. Thunderstorm Narrator: It is a lovely sunny day. Peppa and George are having a picnic. Peppa Pig: Here’s some orange juice for you, Teddy. Peppa Pig: What do you say? Peppa Pig: (as Teddy) Thank you very much, Peppa. Peppa Pig: You’re very welcome, Teddy. Peppa Pig: Here’s some orange juice for you, Mr. Dinosaur. Peppa Pig: And what do you say? George: (as Mr. Dinosaur) Grrr. Peppa Pig: You’re very welcome, Mr. Dinosaur. Peppa Pig: Would Teddy or Mr. Dinosaur like a cookie? Peppa Pig: (as Teddy) We’re not very hungry, so Peppa and George can eat all the cookies. Peppa Pig: Thank you, Teddy. Narrator: What was that strange noise? Mummy Pig: Peppa, George, quick! Come inside the house. Peppa Pig: Mummy, there was a loud bang sound. Mummy Pig: It’s thunder, Peppa. It means there will be a thunderstorm with lots of rain. Mummy Pig: Quick, into the house before the rain starts. Daddy Pig: No need to panic. The rain is still a long way off. Narrator: The sky is getting darker and darker. There is going to be a thunderstorm. Mummy Pig: Peppa, George, did you bring all your toys in from the garden? George: Dinosaur. Mummy Pig: Good, Mr. Dinosaur is safe. Peppa Pig: Teddy! I left Teddy in the garden! He’ll get wet! Daddy Pig: Don’t worry, Peppa. Daddy Pig will rescue Teddy. Mummy Pig: You’d better hurry, Daddy Pig. It’s just about to rain. Daddy Pig: I know all about thunderstorms. It won’t rain for ages. Daddy Pig: As I thought. Plenty of time before it rains. Peppa Pig: Poor Teddy. He’s soaking wet. Mummy Pig: Yes, poor Teddy. Let’s get him dry. Peppa Pig: Poor Teddy. Mummy Pig: There you are, Teddy. All dry. Daddy Pig: Achoo! What about poor Daddy? I’m soaking wet too. Mummy Pig: Oh, sorry, Daddy Pig. Let’s get you dry. Mummy Pig: There you are, Daddy Pig. Nice and dry. Daddy Pig: Oh. Peppa Pig: The rain is coming in the house. Peppa Pig: The floor is getting wet. Mummy Pig: Oh, dear. What can we do, Daddy Pig? Daddy Pig: Don’t worry. Narrator: Daddy Pig is using a bucket to catch the drips. Mummy Pig: Well done, Daddy Pig. Daddy Pig: Easy as pie. Daddy Pig: What? Mummy Pig: Quick! Find something else to catch the water. Daddy Pig: Well done, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Easy as pie. Peppa Pig: Mummy, the thunderbangs are very loud. Daddy Pig: It’s okay, children. Don’t be frightened. Mummy Pig: Let’s count between each flash and bang. Daddy Pig: The higher we can count, the further away the thunderstorm is. Mummy Pig: One, two, three... Daddy Pig: That’s three. Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, Peppa Pig, George: One, two, three, four, five... Daddy Pig: That’s five! The thunderstorm is going away. Mummy Pig: The thunderstorm is over. Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, Peppa Pig, George: Hurrah! Narrator: The thunderstorm has filled the garden with muddy puddles. Narrator: Peppa loves jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Narrator: Everyone loves jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Peppa Pig: I love thunderstorms. They make muddy puddles. Peppa Pig: Splish, splash, splosh, splosh. 33. Piggy in the Middle Narrator: George is playing with his ball in the garden. Narrator: Peppa wants to play, too. Peppa Pig: George, you’re doing it all wrong. Peppa Pig: This is how to catch a ball. Peppa Pig: Not like this. Peppa Pig: That’s what you do. Narrator: What a cheeky little one Peppa is. Peppa Pig: George, come back, you little piggy. Narrator: Maybe Peppa is teasing George just a bit too much. Mummy Pig: Peppa, have you been teasing George? Peppa Pig: Not really, Mummy. I was teaching him how to catch. Mummy Pig: Really? Well I know a game that will teach George how to catch. It’s called Piggy in the Middle. Mummy Pig: Peppa, you take the ball and stand over there. And George, you stand over there. Mummy Pig: Good. You have to throw the ball to each other, and I have to try and catch it. I’m the piggy in the middle. Peppa Pig: Mummy is the piggy in the middle. Peppa Pig: Catch, George. Mummy Pig: Oh, missed it. Narrator: George has caught the ball. Mummy Pig and Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Mummy Pig: Well done, George. Now you throw the ball to Peppa. Mummy Pig: Oop, try again. Mummy Pig: Oh, try again. Narrator: George cannot throw the ball past Mummy Pig. Peppa Pig: Come on, George. Give the ball to me. Peppa Pig: Silly George. I can do that too. Narrator: Peppa wanted to copy George, but she’s too big and has got stuck. Mummy Pig: I’ve got the ball. Peppa, now it’s your turn to be piggy. Mummy Pig: George, catch. Mummy Pig and Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Peppa Pig: Caught it. George, you’re the piggy. Peppa Pig: George, catch. Mummy Pig: Catch the ball, George. Peppa Pig: Catch, George. Mummy Pig: George, catch. Peppa Pig: Here’s the ball, George. Peppa Pig: Whee! Mummy Pig: Oh, dear. Peppa, you shouldn’t tease George like that. Peppa Pig: Sorry, George. Daddy Pig: What’s all the noise? Peppa Pig: Daddy, George is too little to play Piggy in the Middle. Daddy Pig: Oh, I’m sure he’s big enough. Peppa Pig: No, he isn’t, Daddy. Watch. Daddy Pig: Catch it, George. Daddy Pig and Mummy Pig: Hurrah! Peppa Pig: That’s not fair. Daddy Pig: Yes it is. I just gave George a helping hand. Peppa Pig: Mummy, can I have a helping hand? Mummy Pig: Of course you can, Peppa. Peppa Pig: To me, George! Peppa Pig: Catch, George. Narrator: Peppa loves catching the ball. Narrator: George loves catching the ball. Narrator: Everyone loves catching the ball. 34. Fancy Dress Party Narrator: Peppa and George are having a fancy dress party. All their friends are invited. Peppa is dressed as a fairy princess. And George is dressed as a dinosaur. George: Grrr, dinosaur. Narrator: Here are Peppa’s friends, Candy Cat, Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog, Rebecca Rabbit, and Pedro Pony. Narrator: Suzy is wearing her nurse’s costume. Daddy Pig: Hello, Suzy. Suzy Sheep: Hello, Mr. Pig. Daddy Pig: I’m glad the nurse has arrived. Have you just come from the hospital? Suzy Sheep: I’m not a real nurse. It’s just pretend. Daddy Pig: Very good. My my, who have we here? Danny Dog: I’m a pirate. Shiver me timbers. Candy Cat: I’m a witch. I can turn you into a frog. Pedro Pony: I’m a clown. Daddy Pig: That’s funny. Daddy Pig: What are you, Rebecca Rabbit? Rebecca Rabbit: I’m a carrot. Daddy Pig: Fantastic. Come in. There’s a fairy princess and a dinosaur waiting to meet you. Peppa Pig: Hello, everyone. Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog, Candy Cat, Pedro Pony, Rebecca Rabbit: Hello, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Hello, Suzy. I’m princess Peppa. You must bow when you speak to me. Suzy Sheep: Hello, your majesty. I’m nurse Suzy. Open wide and say, “Aah.” Peppa Pig: Aah. Pedro Pony: I’m a clown. Rebecca Rabbit: Do something funny. Danny Dog: Rebecca, why are you dressed as a carrot? Rebecca Rabbit: I like carrots. George: Grrr, dinosaur. Danny Dog: A scary dinosaur. Narrator: Peppa is admiring herself in the mirror. Peppa Pig: Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? Peppa Pig: (as the mirror) You are, Peppa. Candy Cat: Hello, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Hello. I’m a little fairy princess. Candy Cat: I’m a witch. And I’ve got a magic wand. Peppa Pig: I’ve got a magic wand too. Candy Cat: I can turn you into a frog. Peppa Pig: And I’ll turn you into a frog. George: Dinosaur. Grrr. Narrator: Oh, dear. George is scared of his own reflection. Mummy Pig: Oh, silly George. Look, it’s you in the mirror. George: Grrr. Mummy Pig: Children, it’s time to decide who has the best fancy dress costume. Daddy Pig: We need a judge. The Children: Me, me! Daddy Pig: As it’s Peppa’s party, maybe she should be the judge. Peppa Pig: I’m the judge, I’m the judge. Peppa Pig: Daddy, what is a judge? Daddy Pig: The judge decides who has the best costume. Peppa Pig: Oh, goody! Narrator: Peppa is going to choose who has the best costume. Peppa Pig: Suzy, can I see your costume, please? Suzy Sheep: I’m nurse Suzy. I make people better. Peppa Pig: Very good, nurse Suzy. Peppa Pig: Now Danny. Danny Dog: I’m a pirate. Shiver me timbers. Peppa Pig: Now Candy. Candy Cat: I’m a witch. I can turn you into a frog. Peppa Pig: Well, I’m a fairy princess, and I can turn you into a frog. Mummy Pig: Children, children. Peppa Pig: Sorry, Mummy. Mummy Pig: Who’s next? Pedro Pony: I’m a clown. Peppa Pig: That’s funny. Peppa Pig: And Rebecca. Rebecca Rabbit: I’m a carrot. Peppa Pig: Lovely. Peppa Pig: And my little brother George is a scary dinosaur. George: Grrr. Peppa Pig: Everyone’s costume is very good. The Children: Hurrah! Mummy Pig: Now you say who the winner is. Peppa Pig: Oh, yes. Ahem. And the winner is...me! Mummy Pig: Peppa, you can’t pick yourself. You’re the judge. Peppa Pig: Oh, can’t I? Mummy Pig: You have to pick another winner. Peppa Pig: Okay. The carrot wins. The Children: Hurrah! Rebecca Rabbit: Thank you. Narrator: Peppa loves fancy dress parties. Narrator: Everyone loves fancy dress parties. 35. Very Hot Day Narrator: The sun is shining. It is a very hot day. Mummy Pig: What a lovely hot day. Narrator: Peppa and George are wearing their boots. They’re going to jump in muddy puddles. Peppa Pig: I love muddy puddles. Peppa Pig: Oh. Narrator: Oh, dear. The sun is so hot that the puddles have dried up. Peppa Pig: Mummy, Daddy, the puddles are all dry. We can’t jump in them. Mummy Pig: Never mind, Peppa. It’s so sunny you can play in the paddling pool instead. Peppa Pig: Yes, the paddling pool! Mummy Pig: First, you have to change into your swimming costumes. Peppa Pig: Yes, Mummy. Narrator: Peppa and George are wearing their swimming costumes. Mummy Pig is wearing her swimming costume. And Daddy Pig is wearing his swimming costume. Mummy Pig: Because it’s so hot, you need sun cream. Peppa Pig: Yuck! It’s all oily and yucky. George: Yuck. Daddy Pig: What a fuss about nothing. Mummy Pig: Yes, we all need sun cream today. Daddy Pig: Oh. Daddy Pig: Come on, George. Let’s get some air into this paddling pool. Narrator: Daddy Pig is pumping up the paddling pool. Daddy Pig: Easy as pie. Narrator: Peppa holds the hose, and Mummy Pig turns on the water. Peppa Pig: Where’s the water? Narrator: Peppa and George love their paddling pool. Miss Rabbit: Ice cream! Ice cream! Peppa Pig: Miss Rabbit, the ice cream lady! Miss Rabbit: Ice cream! Narrator: On very hot days Miss Rabbit sells ice cream. Peppa Pig: Mummy, Daddy, can George and I have an ice cream please? Mummy Pig: Oh well, I suppose it is an especially hot day. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Daddy Pig: Please can I have one as well? Narrator: Everyone likes ice cream. Miss Rabbit: Hello Mummy Pig, Peppa and George. Mummy Pig: Hello, Miss Rabbit. Miss Rabbit: What ice creams would you like? Peppa Pig: Can I have a cone please, Miss Rabbit? Miss Rabbit: Of course you may, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Thank you. Mummy Pig: The same for me and one for Daddy Pig, please. Miss Rabbit: And what would young Mr. George like? George: Dinosaur. Miss Rabbit: A dinosaur? Peppa Pig: Silly George. He always says dinosaur for everything. Miss Rabbit: Well, it just so happens that I do have a dinosaur shaped ice lolly. George: Dinosaur, grrr. Mummy Pig: George, you should eat your ice lolly before it melts. George: Dinosaur. Narrator: George loves his dinosaur ice lolly so much he doesn’t want to eat it. Mummy Pig: Thank you, Miss Rabbit. Miss Rabbit: Enjoy the weather. Mummy Pig: George, I really think you should eat your ice lolly before it melts and...falls on the ground. Narrator: Oh, dear. George’s dinosaur ice lolly has melted and fallen on the ground. Mummy Pig: Never mind, George. You can share Daddy’s ice cream. I’m sure he won’t mind. Narrator: It is so warm Daddy Pig has fallen asleep. Mummy Pig: Daddy Pig does look hot. Peppa Pig: Let’s tip water on Daddy to cool him down. Mummy Pig: Good idea, Peppa. Daddy Pig: What happened? Mummy Pig: You were all red and hot, Daddy Pig. Peppa Pig: So we tipped water on you. Daddy Pig: Oh, I see. Thank you, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Look! The puddles are back. Peppa Pig: Quick, George! Let’s get our boots. Narrator: Peppa and George are wearing their boots. Narrator: Peppa and George love the hot day, but most of all they love jumping up and down in puddles. 36. Mister Skinnylegs Narrator: Peppa is playing with her doll’s house. George is playing too. Narrator: Peppa is making a tea party for the doll family. Peppa Pig: Here, George. I’m the mummy and daddy. You can be the children. Peppa Pig: (as mummy doll): Children, it’s nearly tea time, so you must wash your hands. Narrator: George is putting the dolls to bed. George: Night-night. Peppa Pig: George, why are you putting the children to bed? They’re having a tea party. Narrator: George likes putting the dolls to bed. Peppa Pig: (as mummy doll) Children, come downstairs right now, or you won’t get any cake. Narrator: George isn’t listening. He’s too busy putting the dolls to bed. Peppa Pig: George, if you want to play with my doll’s house, you have to help with the tea party. Peppa Pig: Here, George. You can fill the teapot with water. Peppa Pig: (as mummy doll) Children, come downstairs right now. Peppa Pig: (as the children dolls) Mummy, we’re coming. Narrator: George is going to fill the teapot with water. George: Oo. Narrator: George has found a spider in the sink. Narrator: George wants the spider to be his friend. George: Oh. Narrator: George likes the spider. Narrator: The spider likes George. Narrator: Peppa loves playing tea parties. Peppa Pig: (as mummy doll) Where are all the chocolate biscuits, Daddy? We had lots yesterday. Peppa Pig: (as daddy doll) Oh, I’m sorry, Mummy. I must have eaten them all. Ho, ho, ho. Peppa Pig: (as mummy doll) Naughty Daddy. Narrator: George is putting the spider to bed. George: Night-night. Peppa Pig: George, what are you doing? Peppa Pig: You have to help me with the tea party. Peppa Pig: Help! Help! Peppa Pig: Daddy, there’s a spider in my bedroom. Daddy Pig: Don’t worry, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Please, Daddy. Take it away. Daddy Pig: No need to panic. Daddy Pig: Hello, George. Have you seen the spider? Peppa Pig: It’s too scary. Take it away. Daddy Pig: There’s no need to be afraid, Peppa. Spiders are very very small and they can’t hurt you. But don’t worry. Daddy will take it out of the bedroom. Daddy Pig: Whoa! He’s quite big, isn’t he? Daddy Pig: Um, I’ll just fetch Mummy Pig. Daddy Pig: Mummy Pig! Peppa Pig: Hello, Mr. Skinnylegs. Narrator: Peppa feels a little bit braver. Peppa Pig: He likes being in my doll’s house. Mummy Pig: Hello, children. I hear you found a little spider. I’ll take him out of the bedroom so you two can play. Peppa Pig: Mummy, his name is Mr. Skinnylegs. Mummy Pig: Mr. Skinnylegs is big, isn’t he? Narrator: Peppa and George like the spider. George: Night-night. Narrator: George is putting the spider to bed. Peppa Pig: No, George. He wants some tea. He doesn’t want to be in bed. Peppa Pig: Are you hungry, Mr. Skinnylegs? Would you like some cake? Narrator: Peppa isn’t afraid of the spider anymore. Peppa Pig: Mummy, Daddy, sit down. We are all going to have tea with Mr. Skinnylegs. Peppa Pig: Who wants tea? Mummy Pig: Me, please. Daddy Pig: Me, please. Daddy Pig: Delicious. Narrator: Peppa loves playing tea parties. Peppa Pig: Here’s your tea, Mr. Skinnylegs. Peppa Pig: What’s that? You want to say hello to my daddy? Peppa Pig: (as Mr. Skinnylegs) Hello, Mr. Daddy Pig. Daddy Pig: That’s all right, Peppa. Let Mr. Skinnylegs drink his tea. Peppa Pig: You’re not scared, are you, Daddy? Daddy Pig: No, of course not. Daddy Pig: Whoa! Not so close. Daddy Pig: Whoa! Narrator: Peppa likes Mr. Skinnylegs. Narrator: Everyone likes Mr. Skinnylegs.
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