Let’s Learn Some Fruit Vocabulary in Spanish
Spanish courses in London by experts are always great!
If you are attending Spanish courses in London by experts at a Beginner level, there are some topics you might have gone through.
For example, some basic vocabulary to introduce yourself and order in a bar or in a restaurant.
Apart from that, if you are heading to Spain soon, you might need to learn something else for your everyday life.
What about going to the frutería (fruit shop)?
Would you be able to buy some lovely fruit on your own in Spanish?
It is definitely useful to learn some vocabulary to manage your shopping easily.
So let’s go through fruit in Spanish!
Apple –> Manzana
Pear –> Pera
Orange –> Naranja
Lemon –> Limón
Pineapple –> Piña
Grape –> Uva
Grapefruit –> Pomelo
Peach –> Melocotón
Apricot –> Albaricoque
Pomegranate –> Granada
Plum –> Ciruela
Cherry –> Cereza
Strawberry –> Fresa
Raspberry –> Frambuesa
Blueberry –> Arándano
Watermelon –> Sandía
Cantaloupe –> Melón
Banana, mango and kiwi are exactly the same in Spanish, did you know that?
Well, now you know quite a lot of words and you are almost ready to go to the shop!
Let’s see some useful phrases to use in the fruit shop.
¿Hay fresas? –> Do you have strawberries?
Estoy buscando una sandía. –> I’m looking for a watermelon.
Quisiera un kilo de manzanas, por favor. –> I would like a kilo of apples, please.
¿Cuánto cuesta? / ¿Cuánto cuestan? –> How much is it? / How much do they cost?
¿Se aceptan tarjetas de crédito o débito? –> Are credit or debit cards accepted?
No necesito bolsa. –> I don’t need a bag.
¡Muchas gracias! –> Thanks a lot!
You can use this simple phrases every time you go to the shop to buy some fruit.
Easy, isn’t it?
This is a really fun way to practice!