Hallo aus berlin

Hallo aus Berlin is an educational television program that is used often in German lessons in the United Kingdom, Sweden, the Netherlands and Australia. The series was filmed in 1996, so they use the deutsch mark when buying things (e.g. clothes and CDs). The main characters are the animated Rolli and Rita, who always have a scene where something goes wrong and they always sing a song at the end. Other characters include Makro, Jessica, Daniel, Esther, Thomas and Miriam. This program was made for beginner German speakers.

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