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Part I what we eat Fruit and Vegetables

Part 1

  1. Which of these vegetables can you find in the picture? Label each vegetable in the picture with the appropriate number.

  1. artichoke

  2. asparagus

  3. aubergine (Am.

egg plant)

  1. beans

  2. beetroot (Am. beet)

  3. broccoli

  4. brussel sprouts

  5. cabbage

  6. carrot

  7. cauliflower

  8. celery root

  9. chicory

  10. Chinese leaves (Am. bok choy)

  11. courgette (Am. zucchini)

  12. cucumber

  13. dill

  14. garlic

  15. horse-radish

  16. Jerusalem artichoke

  17. leek

  18. lentils

  19. lettuce

  20. marrow (Am. squash)

  21. mushroom

  22. okra

  23. onion

  24. parsley

  25. parsnip

  26. peas

  27. potato

  28. pumpkin

  29. radish

  30. red / green pepper

  31. shallot

  32. sorrel

  33. soya

  34. spinach

  35. spring onion (Am. green onion)

  36. swede (Am. rutabaga)

  37. sweet potato

  38. tomato

  39. turnip

  40. white radish

  41. yam

  1. Name the vegetables which you eat every day.

Which vegetables do you like to eat in soups / salads / pickled / raw?

  1. To learn long lists of words, it is sometimes helpful to divide them up into groups. Try dividing these vegetable names into groups, in any way you like, e.g. ’vegetables which grow underground’ (potatoes, carrots etc.). If possible, compare your answers with someone else’s.

aubergine leek cucumber spinach carrot potato cauliflower courgette lettuce onion pea cabbage garlic radish bean shallot turnip asparagus beetroot marrow brussel sprouts swede pumpkin sorrel green/red pepper celery

Part 2

A. Now try to do the same with the different fruit below.

  1. apple

  2. apricot

  3. ashberry

  4. banana

  5. bilberry (blueberry, huckleberry)

  6. blackberry

  7. black / red currants

  8. blood orange

  9. cantalop (Am.cantaloupe)

  10. cherry

  11. cherry-plum

  12. coconut

  13. cornel (Cornelian cherries, dogwood)

  14. cranberry

  15. cranberry bush (snowball tree)

  16. date

  17. dog rose (sweetbrier)

  18. elderberry

  19. fig

  20. gooseberry

  21. grapefruit

  22. grapes

  23. hawthorn

  24. honeydew melon

  25. kiwi fruit

  26. lemon

  27. lime

  28. lychee

  29. mango

  30. melon

  31. mulberry

  32. nectarine

  33. orange

  34. papaya

  35. passion fruit

  36. peach

  37. pear

  38. persimmon

  39. pineapple

  40. pip

  41. plantain

  42. plum

  43. pomegranate

  44. pulp

  45. quince

  46. raisins / sultana

  47. raspberry

  48. rhubarb

  49. sea-buckthorn

  50. star fruit

  51. stone(Br)=pit(Am)

  52. strawberry

  53. sweet cherry

  54. tangerine

  55. watermelon

  56. wild strawberry

B. Do you like fruit? Which? Why?

Which of the following fruits are your favourites? Why?

Which of them grow in our country and which have come from other countries?

Which fruits are sour / sweet / bitter?

Which are other fruits that you have never tasted?

Which fruits are yellow / blue / dark blue / green / orange / red?

C. Choose several vegetables. How can you buy them?

by the dozen

canned

bunch

one by one

by the pound

D. Choose a vegetable to go with each ad and write it in the line below. There may be more than one good answer.

Sweet, not strong

Will not make you cry

Cheaper by the 10 lb. Bag!

CRISP & LEAFY GREAT FOR SALAD!

1. _______________

2. _______________

3. ______________

THREE BEAUTIFUL WHITE HEADS FOR ONLY $ 3.00

RED, RIPE, JUICY!

BUY TWELVE AND

GET ONE EAR FREE!

4. _______________

5. _______________

6. ______________

Two stalks for $2!

Tender pods – Great for stir-fry!

3 cloves for only $1,5!

7. _______________

8. _______________

9. ______________

E. Find as many answers as possible for each statement. Your answers may be different from your neighbour’s.

  1. You can get “milk” from this.

  2. Monkeys like this.

  3. You can make good juice from this.

  4. You can find them in candy bars.

  5. You can make wine from these.

  6. You often sprinkle salt on these.

  7. You can eat these with a spoon.

  8. You crack these open with a knife.

  9. You often sprinkle sugar on these.

F. Here are some common expressions using fruit. Work with several other students to see if you can find out what each one means. Do you think they are nice things to say or not? Put a plus or a minus after each expression to show whether it’s a positive or negative thing to say. Write a short definition.

  • the apple of my eye

  • the top banana

  • a peach

  • a plum

  • a lemon

  • a nut

G. The following words are listed in alphabetical order according to length. Fit them into their proper places in the Word Frames. The puzzle has been started for you with the word TOMATO. Now look for an 8-letter word in which A is the sixth letter. Continue this way until the puzzle is completed.

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Fig

Bean

Apple

Cherry

Apricot

Broccoli

Artichoke

Grapefruit

Pea

Beet

Lemon

Garlic

Avocado

Cucumber

Asparagus

Strawberry

Yam

Kiwi

Mango

Grapes

Cabbage

Egg plant

Blueberry

Watermelon

Leek

Melon

Orange

Kumquat

Zucchini

Nectarine

11

Lime

Olive

Potato

Lettuce

Persimmon

Bean sprouts

Okra

Onion

Radish

Pumpkin

Pineapple

Cauliflower

Pear

Peach

Squash

Spinach

Raspberry

Green pepper

Plum

Tomato

Red pepper

Turnip

Tangerine

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