Fruits & Vegetables

For those who are just starting to learn English, fruit names in English can be a good training base. Firstly, having learned the names and trying to put them into practice, fruits in English can be called in the most ordinary situations - in a supermarket, in the garden, and often right in your kitchen. Secondly, fruits in English are an excellent base for combining with other thematic groups of words for elementary education - “Colors”, “Form”, “Volume”, “Taste”, etc. That is, having learned fruits in English, you can compose a lot of phrases with a variety of adjectives, which, of course, will help you consolidate these words in your memory.

Fruits in English & Tagalog

almond almendras
apple mansanas
apricot aprikot
banana saging
blackberry lumboy
blueberry blueberry
cherry seresa
chestnut kastanyas
coconut niyog
date date
fig igos
fruit prutas
grape ubas
grapefruit suha
hazelnut kastanyas
lemon lemon
lime dayap
melon melon
orange kahel
peach melokoton
peanut mani
pear peras
pineapple pinya
plum plam
prune prune
raisin pasas
raspberry prambuwesas
strawberry presa
tangerine dalanghita
tomato kamatis
walnut walnut
watermelon pakwan

Vegetables Names

artichoke puso ng artitsok
asparagus asparagus
aubergine talong
beans butong-gulay
beet remolatsa
broccoli brokoli
cabbage repolyo
carrot karot
cauliflower koliplor
celery kintsay
chickpeas garbansos
corn mais
cucumber pipino
fennel haras
garlic bawang
gherkins pipino
lettuce litsugas
mushroom kabute
onion sibuyas
parsley kintsay
peas mga gisantes
pepper paminta
potato patatas
pumpkin kalabasa
radish labanos
rhubarb ruwibarbo
spinach espinida
vegetable gulay
zucchini patola