On this page you can learn French Food Vocabulary with:
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Learn this vocabulary list to make sure you can eat your favorite fruits in France!
After you've watched the Video lesson and played the Audio clips, you can practice even more Vocabulary Lessons and continue learning French online for Free.
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!
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!
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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.
un abricot apricot
une cerise cherry
une fraise strawberry
une framboise raspberry
un melon melon
une banane banana
une mûre blackberry
une orange orange
un pamplemousse grapefruit
une pêche peach
une poire pear
une pastèque watermelon
une clémentine clementine
une pomme apple
un raisin grape
un ananas pineapple
un citron lemon
un citron vert lime
une prune plum
une myrtille blueberry
There are many ways for you to learn French for free on your own. Internet is magic for that! And I am constantly adding new pages!
On this site you can watch video lessons, listen to audio clips, print flashcards, play online crosswords, take quizzes and listening tests. So you have no excuse!
Now that you've learnt the names of fruits in French, what about learning related words? ...Like pie? At some point you'd like to say lemon pie or strawberry pie. Isnt't it? Have a look to my top 20 Cakes!
Or maybe you'd rather learn some basic vocabulary such as the colors in French, how to count, the house, the names of animals...? Go for it!
Imagine. You spend 10 minutes every day learning a new bunch of 20 French words. Today the fruits. Tomorrow the vegetables. After tomorrow the drinks. And so on...
That's actually 140 words per week! Or 600 per month!... 7200 per year! Yes you can do it :) Learning French is now on your doorstep.
Okay, now it's time to move to the next step: listen and repeat the names of general food vocabulary... Or anything else!