Learn Names of Fruit Vegetables & Nuts Vocabulary + Pronunciation British English Lesson

Learn Names of Fruit Vegetables & Nuts Vocabulary + Pronunciation British English Lesson

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Hello everyone and welcome back to “English with Lucy” Today I’ve got a vocabulary and pronunciation lesson for you. We are going to be talking about to pronounce Fruit , vegetables and nuts in English. In this video I am going to show you 42 different fruits , vegetables and nuts, with pictures and the pronunciation. It should help you improve both your vocabulary and your pronunciation. This video should be relevant for everyone. I wonder if you learn how to say : a new fruit , vegetable or nut in English. I am going to start of with more beginner vocabulary and move up towards advanced. Before we get started I would like just to thank the sponsor of today’s video.
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Pear Pear Ten Strawberry Strawberry Eleven Blueberry Blueberry Twelve Fig Fig Thirteen Pomegranate Pomegranate Fourteen Pineapple Pineapple Fifteen Dragon Fruit Dragon Fruit Sixteen . My Favorite ! Watermelon Watermelon And seventeen There is a debate on this whether is a fruit or a vegetable . Tomato Tomato Ok , those were seventeen fruits. Comment down below with your favorite. I have already told mine. It’s watermelon. I love watermelon! Right. Let’s get started with vegetables.
One Carrot Carrot Two Potato Potato Number Three Pepper Pepper Remember this is British English. Sometimes pepper would mean something different in other country. Like the next one.
Four Chilli Chilli In some English speaking countries you would call a chilli , pepper . Sometimes to clarify we say chilli pepper. Five cucumber cucumber Six Aubergine Aubergine Seven Artichoke Artichoke Eight Onion Onion Nine Garlic Garlic Ten Avocado Avocado Eleven Asparagus Asparagus Twelve Broccoli Broccoli Thirteen Mushroom Mushroom Fourteen .
Okey this is a pickled cucumber . But it is important if you want a really good burger. Gherkin Gherkin Fifteen Radish Radish Sixteen Pea Pea And remember the plural ” peas ” is with a “z ” sound , not peace which is world peace. Seventeen.
Pumpkin Pumpkin And number Eighteen Perhaps a not quite a vegetable but still important. Ginger Ginger Right. Let’s move on to last part of this video the pronunciation of nuts. Number One Walnut Walnut Two Pistachio Pistachio Pistachio was the name of my rescue cat, who still leaves in Spain with my ex-boyfriends family. He was lovely. He is lovely. Number Three Brazil nut Brazil nut Four Peanut Peanut Five Hazelnut Hazelnut Six Macadamia Macadamia And number seven . The final one. Almond Almond
This is commonly mispronounced as A’l’mond or A”ll”ond. It should be Almond. Right. That’s it for today’s lesson. Don’t forget to comment down below with your favorites from this list. And don’t forget to check out lingonda, the link is in the description box and you can use my code Lucy 8 for 25 % discount off for your first month. You can also connect with me on all of my social media, I’ve got my Facebook, I’ve got my Instagram and I’ve got my Twitter. And I shall see you soon for an other lesson.

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