Here you will find interactive flashcards for fruit in English. Watch them, flip them, read them, and listen to their names.
Fruit or fruits? This question still sounds pretty often in the English classes. Grammatically correct seems to be the first one but the plural form with ending “S” is possible too. Fruit more often used as an uncountable noun and in this case we use “fruit” as a plural form:Examples:
- You should eat five servings of fruit and vegetables every day.
- Fruit is good for your health.
- Would you like some fruit?
But if we want to express the countability of our fruit(s) or emphasize the difference between them, we can use the form with ending “S”. Compare, for instance, with “people” and “persons”.Examples:
- My three favorite fruits are oranges, bananas, and pears.
- The smoothie is made from a variety of fresh fruits.
- We have a wide selection of exotic fruits such as Papaya and Pomelo.
But if you have any doubts about your context, use the “fruit” form.
Flip each card individually (to show player and text) or turn them all over! Read, listen, play, and learn the new words!
Now flip all cards back (turn off captions and player) and try to recall and pronounce the name of each fruit.
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