If you ever went to a Spanish-speaking country, you probably had to buy some fruit at the supermarket. Or maybe you already known some names of fruits in Spanish. Anyway, walking around traditional markets and talking to people there is an excellent way to practice all this vocabulary. It is also a fantastic way to get in touch with Spanish and Latin American culture. But can you actually name more than five pieces of fruit in Spanish?
Here’s a useful table with some vocabulary related with fruits. This is useful for travellers but also for any Spanish student at elementary and intermediate level.
So what is your favorite type of fruit? What is the “weirdest” fruit you have ever tried?