Learn Fruits and Vegetables Vocabulary in English
Fruit or a fruit is something which grows on a tree or bush and which contains seeds or a stone covered by a substance that you can eat.
Fruit Vocabulary in English
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An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
The woman cut up the watermelon and shared it out among the four children.
He cut the orange into quarters.
The pear is a delicious fruit and I like it very much.
Each cake had a cherry on top.
The strawberry harvest failed because of the drought.
Cut that nectarine into four pieces and then take out the pit.
He put a grape into his mouth and swallowed it whole.
That mango tasted divine!
When we got home, my mother decided to make a blueberry pie.
The pomegranate trees in the yard have borne fruit.
Carambola(U.K) – starfruit (U.S)
We decorated dishes with slices of carambola/ starfruit and kiwi.
The plum season is about to begin.
She peeled off the skin of a banana for the child.
For dessert, I dig into the raspberry bread pudding.
Mandarin oranges have a lot of vitamin C.
Many people like the taste of jackfruit, but it smells terrible.
Papaya and pineapple contain enzymes which break down soft protein.
I love to drink kiwi fruit juice.
The pineapple was sweet and juicy.
Oranges, lemons, limes and grapefruit are types of citrus fruit.
We’d better add in some lemon juice before mixing the flour with sugar.
The apricot trees are in full blossom.
Grapefruit can help reduce harmful blood cholesterol levels and cranberry juice relieves cystitis.
We had melon for lunch at school.
Coconut is a basic ingredient for many curries and other Asian dishes.
Avocado salad is a favourite of mine.
The peach trees cast all their blossoms after the heavy rain.