13 French expressions with fruits or vegetables

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In this short French lesson for beginners, we teach you French expressions with fruits, vegetables or plants.
We suggest you watch this video, listen carefully and repeat these expressions several times. 


To extend your knowledge, here are a few more words below to improve your French lexicon.



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Here are other fruit names to improve your French vocabulary, enjoy 🙂

un citron / a lemon
une cerise 
/ a cherry
une framboise / a raspberry
un ananas / a pineapple
une orange / an orange
une groseille / a gooseberry
un cassis / a blackcurrant
une myrtille / a blueberry
un abricot / an apricot
une pastèque / a watermelon 
une mangue / a mango
une mandarine / a tangerine
un pamplemousse / a grapefruit
une figue / a fig
une mûre / a blackberry

Here are other vegetables names to improve your French vocabulary, enjoy 🙂

une courgette / a zucchini
un haricot 
/ a bean
une pomme de terre / a potato
un poivron / a paprika
une carotte / a carrot
un chou / a cabbage
un chou-fleur / a cauliflower
une aubergine / an eggplant
un champignon de Paris / a button mushroom
une asperge / an asparagus
un poireau / a leek
un navet / a turnip
un céleri / a celery
une betterave / a beet
un radis / a radish

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