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Fruits and vegetables

Let's learn the main fruits in Romanian:

Play: fruits and vegetables

portocală, -e (s.f.) - engl. orange

banană, -e (s.f.) - engl. banana

măr, mere (s.n.) - engl. apple

pară, pere (s.f.) - engl. pear

caisă, -e (s.f.) - engl. apricot

căpșună, -i (s.f.) - engl.strawberry

cireașă, cireșe (s.f.) - engl.(sweet) cherry

vișină, -e (s.f.) - engl. (morello) cherry

grepfrut, -uri (s.n.) - engl.grapefruit

lămâie, lămâi (s.f.) - engl. lemon

mandarină, -e (s.f.) - engl. tangerine

pepene, pepeni (s.n.) - engl. melon

piersică, -i (s.f.) - engl. peach

prună, -e (s.f.) - engl. plum

zmeură, -e (s.f.) - engl. raspberry

strugure, -i (s.m.) - engl. grape

 

Vegetables

roșie, -i (s.f.) - engl. tomato

ardei, ardei (s.m.) - engl. pepper

castravete, castraveți (s.m.) - engl.cucumber

ceapă, cepe (s.f.) - engl. onion

ridiche, -i (s.f.) - engl. radish

varză, verze (s.f.) - engl. cabbage

ciupercă, -i (s.f.) - engl. mushroom

fasole (s.f.) - engl. bean

mazăre (s.f.) - engl. pea

morcov, -i (s.m.) - engl. carrot

vânătă, vinete (s.f.) - engl.aubergine

conopidă, -e (s.f.) = engl.cauliflower

 

Abbreviations

s.f. = substantiv feminin (feminine noun)

s.m. = substantiv masculin (masculine noun)

s.n. = substantiv neutru (neuter noun)

 

Exercise:

Translate the following sentences into Romanian:

I want to buy two oranges and three apples.

Do you have apples?

I don't like these tomatoes.

Do you need a lemon?

We don't have grapes, we are sorry.

 

Mona Moldoveanu Pologea, PhD Linguist
ROLANG School Managing Director