Spanish (Latin America) Fruits & Vegetables

This is a list of fruits and vegetables in Spanish (Latin America). Knowing these plants can be helpful when shopping in a grocery store or even restaurant.

Lemons: limones
Apples: manzanas
Oranges: naranjas
Peaches: duraznos
Figs: higos
Pears: peras
Pineapples: piñas
Grapes: uvas
Strawberries: fresas
Bananas: plátanos
Watermelon: sandía
Avocados: aguacate

Now here is the list of some commonly used vegetables:

Carrots : zanahoria
Corn: maíz
Cucumbers: pepinos
Garlic: ajo
Lettuce: lechuga
Olives: aceitunas
Onions: cebollas
Peppers: Pimientos
Potatoes: Papas
Pumpkin: calabaza
Beans: frijoles
Tomatoes: tomates

The following sentences include some fruits and vegetables mentioned above to show you how you can use them in your daily conversation.

This fruit is delicious: esta fruta está deliciosa
Vegetables are healthy: las verduras son saludables
I like bananas: me gustan los plátanos
I don't like cucumber: no me gustan los pepinos
Bananas taste sweet: los plátanos son dulces
Lemons taste sour: los limones son agrios

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