Fruits in Spanish
Learn all about the different types of fruits in Spanish with this free audio lesson. If you are traveling around Latin America, you are in for a treat with a massive range of tropical and fresh fruits available to you.
It’s a great idea to know the word for the juicy item you are munching down on or how to ask for them at the market. With so many juices, smoothies and fruit salads available you will be spoiled for choice! But, first things first, let's start with a visit to the fruit shop!
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Words for Fruits in Spanish
Let’s check out some of the more common Spanish words for fruits that you will find.
Remember when you see an accent mark on a word in Spanish that you have to enunciate that letter more forcefully--you will see a couple of examples in this list.
Albaricoque / Damasco
Did you manage to place more emphasis on the accents in the words like plátano, arándano, limón and sandía? English does not use accents marks, but they are a great little pronunciation clue that you can put to use in Spanish. Keep an eye out for more of them in upcoming lessons.
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See you soon! ¡Hasta pronto!
Mauricio Evlampieff: Rocket Spanish
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