bbc follow me

Follow Me! was a series of television programmes produced by the BBC in the late 1970s to provide a crash course in the English language. It became popular in many overseas countries as a first introduction to English; in 1983, one hundred million people watched the show in China alone, featuring Kathy Flower.
The British actor Francis Matthews hosted and narrated the series.
The course consists of sixty lessons. Each lesson lasts from 12 to 15 minutes and covers a specific lexis. The lessons follow a consistent group of actors, with the relationships between their characters developing during the course.

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BBC English (Beginners)

I like it very much
Can I have you name, please
What are they doing
What’s the time
What’s your name
It’ on the first floor
What’s this? What’s that?
Where’s he gone?
Where are they?
Can you help me
How are you?
Left, right, straight ahead
What does she look like?
Have you got….?
No smoking

BBC English (Elementary)

I enjoy it
How can we get there
What have you done?
What’s the date
Whose is it?
How many and how much
Going away
What do you need?
Where is it?
Welcome to Britain
I sometimes work late
Buying things
Why do you like it?
Who’s that?
What would you like to do?

BBC English (Intermediate)

Where can I get it?
I hope you enjoy your holiday
There’s a concert on Wednesday
What do you do?
Please stop!
What were you doing?
What do you know about him?
What’s it like?
I need someone
Haven’t we met before?
How can I get to Brightly
You shouldn’t do that
What do you think of him
What did you say?
Where can I see a football match?

BBC English (Advanced)

When you are ready
A room with a view
Classical or modern
Holiday plans
I don’t believe in strikes
You’ll be ill
The second shelf on the left
I liked everything
Tell them about Britain
When will it be ready
I think it’s awful
Where did you go
They look tired
Would you like to
BBC English (Books)+ CDs

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