To speak about fruit, berries, nuts, you need the appropriate vocabulary. Part 2
Macadamia - a round, white nut that grows on an Australian tropical tree;
Melon - a large, round, sweet fruit with a thick, green or yellow skin and a lot of seeds;
Orange - a sweet fruit that has an orange colour;
Peach - a soft, sweet, round fruit with red and yellow skin;
Peanut - an oval-shaped nut with a soft, brown shell;
Pear - an oval-shaped, pale green or yellow fruit;
Pecan - a nut that grows on a tree, or the tree itself;
Pineapple - a large fruit with thick skin and sharp leaves sticking out of the top which is sweet and yellow inside;
Pistachio - a nut with a hard shell containing a green seed that can be eaten;
Plum - a soft, round fruit with red, yellow, or purple skin and a stone in the middle;
Raspberry - a small, soft, red fruit that grows on bushes;
Strawberry - a small, red fruit with a green leaf at the top and small, brown seeds on its surface;
Tangerine - a fruit like a small orange;
Walnut - a nut that is in two halves inside a brown shell, and whose surface has curves and folds in it.
Sally bought 2 kilos of oranges.
We can order strawberries with cream.
Would you like to try plums?
Do you eat walnuts?