French Food Vocabulary

French food vocabulary ListWhile on the previous page you learned French food vocabulary for Vegetables, here you’ll find all Fruits you need to learn with a Video lesson, Audio clips and printable flashcards to practice how to speak French.

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Learn this vocabulary list to make sure you can eat your favorite fruits in France!

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Free Printable Flashcards

French food vocabulary Flashcards

If you’re a visual learner, my Free Printable Flashcards may help you learn and build French food vocabulary.

So feel free to print them out and start learning French fruit vocabulary today!

Tips:
It’s better to print out these fruits flash cards on card stock paper so that they can survive longer after repeated use. You can also laminate them, that’s actually what I do and my flash cards are still alive!

To print these free PDFs, you will need Adobe Reader. It is free to download at Adobe Acrobat Reader’s website.

Audio Lesson

Want to go to the boulangerie? Get the most of it by learning the names of all fruits in French. In France we love fruit pies… Listen to me and repeat as many times as you want until you can pronounce and remember all the words.

apricot-in-frenchun abricot  (apricot)

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 cherry-in-frenchune cerise  (cherry)

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strawberry-in-french une fraise  (strawberry)

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raspberry-in-french une framboise  (raspberry)

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melon-in-french un melon  (melon)

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banana-in-french une banane  (banana)

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blackberry-in-french une mûre  (blackberry)

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orange-in-french une orange  (orange)

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grapefruit-in-french un pamplemousse  (grapefruit)

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peach-in-french une pêche  (peach)

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pear-in-french une poire  (pear)

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watermelon-in-french une pastèque  (watermelon)

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 clementine-in-frenchune clémentine  (clementine)

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apple-in-french une pomme  (apple)

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grape-in-french un raisin  (grape)

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pineapple-in-french un ananas  (pineapple)

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lemon-in-french un citron  (lemon)

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lime-in-french un citron vert  (lime)

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plum-in-french une prune  (plum)

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blueberry-in-french une myrtille  (blueberry)

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