Fruit

Learning fruit names is fun and easy for students of all ages.

  • Common fruits include: apples, bananas, lemons, oranges, pears, grapefruits, grapes, watermelons, kiwis, coconuts, strawberries, cherries, and pineapples.
  • Common sentence patterns:
    • What fruit do you like? Apples.
    • What fruit do you like? I like apples.
    • What do you want? Pineapples.
    • What would you like? Apples and oranges.
    • Pineapples, please. Here. Thank you.

Activities

Notes

  • Fruit pairs well with colors. For example, the ALT says a color and the students think of fruit of that color.
  • When teaching fruit to elementary school kids, consider only teaching the plural form. This makes sentences like I like apples. simple and correct.
  • Fruit is in the 5th grade Eigo Notebook.

See also

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