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Unit 10 Vocabulary - Lesson 1 (Top Notch Fundamentals)

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eggs
Eggs are a healthy breakfast food.
an onion
You can put an onion in your salad to make it spicy.
an apple
An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
an orange
An orange has a lot of vitamin C.
a lemon
You can squeeze a lemon on your fish.
a banana
A banana is a healthy snack.
a tomato
You can eat a tomato raw or cooked.
potatoes
Potatoes are used to make chips and fries.
peppers
Peppers can be green, yellow or red.
beans
I like green beans and black beans.
peas
Peas are delicious cooked or raw.
carrots
My mother cooks carrots with honey.
cabbage
Cabbage is used to make kimchi in Korea.
broccoli
Broccoli is green and looks like small trees.
cauliflower
Cauliflower looks like white broccoli.
leeks
Leeks are used a lot in soup.
cucumbers
We usually eat cucumbers raw.
brussels sprouts
Most children won't eat brussels sprouts.
corn
Corn is used a lot in Mexican cooking.
lettuce
Salad usually has a lot of lettuce.
asparagus
Asparagus is long and green.
eggplants
Eggplants look very different in different countries. Chinese eggplants are small, but American eggplants are big and purple.
celery
Some people eat celery with peanut butter.
garlic
Garlic is good for your heart.
tangerines
Tangerines are smaller than oranges.
grapefruits
Grapefruits are very sour and bitter!
grapes
Grapes are small and sweet.
limes
Limes are like lemons, but green.
pineapples
Pineapples have a hard center.
pears
Pears can be very soft.
apricots
Many people eat apricots in the Middle East.
peaches
The best peaches in the US come from Georgia.
strawberries
Strawberries and chocolate are nice on Valentine's Day.
raspberries
Raspberries are very small and soft.
honeydew melons
Honeydew melons are light green inside.
avocados
Avocados are healthy in salads and even smoothies.
papayas
Papayas are good for your stomach.
mangos
Mangos are very sweet.
kiwis
Kiwis have small black seeds.
raisins
I like to put raisins in my cereal.
figs
Figs can be green, pink or black.
prunes
Prunes help your stomach - but don't eat too many!
dates
Muslims eat dates during Ramadan.
in the fridge
We keep milk in the fridge.
on the shelf.
We keep pasta on the shelf.
on the counter.
I keep bananas and tomatoes on the counter.

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