Fruits in French

French lesson 22 of vocabulary: fruits in French

​Fruits in French
The lexicon of fruits is very important in French. Indeed, it is widely used by Francophones. Knowing the vocabulary of fruits in French will allow you to make purchases in the market and in the supermarket. This will also be useful at the end of a meal with French speakers (at the time of dessert). At the beginner level (A1 level), this is one of the first things to learn and master. Knowing the vocabulary of fruits in French will also be useful for you to pass the DELF A1. Indeed, in some subjects, especially for the speaking test, you will be asked to buy fruit. The video below will teach you the vocabulary of fruits in French:

Thanks to this video, you will learn the vocabulary of most common fruits in French. To understand and pronounce fruit vocabulary well in French, watch the video several times, repeating aloud after the teacher. When the teacher says “la pomme”, say “la pomme”. When the teacher says “l’orange”, say “l’orange”. When the teacher says “la poire”, say “la poire”, etc. Thus, you will be able to understand orally and pronounce the fruits well in French. To do this well, watch the video several times, repeating each fruit aloud after the teacher.

To fully understand the written vocabulary of fruits and to write it well in French, copy the list below several times. Use the images in the video to help you understand the meaning of each fruit. Here is the list of fruits featured in the video (in chronological order):

- la pomme
- l’orange
- la poire
- la banane
- l’ananas
- les cerises
- la tomate
- le citron
- l’abricot
- la framboise
- la mangue
- le melon
- la pastèque
- la pêche
- le raisin

For convenience, below is the list of the french vocabulary of fruits in the video (in chronological order) with the English translation:

- la pomme = the apple
- l’orange = the orange
- la poire = the pear
- la banane = the banana
- l’ananas = the pineapple
- les cerises = the cherries
- la tomate = the tomato
- le citron = the lemon
- l’abricot = the apricot
- la framboise = the raspberry
- la mangue = the mango
- le melon = the melon
- la pastèque = the watermelon
- la pêche = the peach
- le raisin = the grape

To learn how to use fruit vocabulary in context and learn how to make simple sentences using fruit vocabulary in French, you can study the French course: learn to talk about your tastes and the French course: learn to shop at the market.

Once you have successfully mastered this vocabulary lesson on fruits in French, you can move on to the next lexicon lesson:

French vocabulary lesson 23: vegetables in French

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