Follow me BBC – DVD English
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Series of television programmes produced by the BBC in the late 1970s
eBook PDF + Audio 5 CDs + 60 Video
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.
1 What's your name 2 How are you 3 Can you help me 4 Left, right, straight ahead 5 Where are they 6 What's the time 7 What's this What's that 8 I like it very much 9 Have you got any wine 10 What are they doing 11 Can I have you name, please 12 What does she look like 13 No smoking 14 It's on the first floor 15 Where's he gone 16 Going away 17 Buying things 18 Why do you like it 19 What do you need 20 I sometimes work late 21 Welcome to Britain 22 Who's that 23 What would you like to do 24 How can I get there? 25 Where is it 26 What's the date 27 Whose is it 28 I enjoy it 29 How many and how much 30 What have you done 31 Haven't we met before 32 What did you say 33 Please stop 34 How can I get to Brightly 35 Where can I get it 36 There's a concert on Wednesday 37 What's it like 38 What do you think of him 39 I need someone 40 What were you doing 41 What do you do 42 What do you know about him 43 You shouldn't do that 44 I hope you enjoy your holiday 45 Where can I see a football match 46 When will it be ready 47 Where did you go 48 I think it's awful 49 A room with a view 50 You'll be ill 51 I don't believe in strikes 52 They look tired 53 Would you like to 54 Holiday plans 55 The second shelf on the left 56 When you are ready 57 Tell them about Britain 58 I liked everything 59 Classical or modern 60 Finale
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Follow me BBC – DVD English
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