Vegetables vocabulary

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tomato
tomato
broccoli
broccoli
cabbage
cabbage
carrot
carrot
cucumber
cucumber
eggplant
eggplant
garlic
garlic
mushroom
mushroom
onion
onion
pepper
pepper
pumpkin
pumpkin
radish
radish
wheat
wheat

Vegetables exercise (Multiple choice)

1.
mushroom

2.
garlic

3.
tomato

4.
carrot

5.
cucumber

Vegetables exercise

1.
onion

2.
cabbage

3.
cucumber

4.
mushroom

5.
carrot

6.
garlic

7.
wheat

8.
radish

9.
tomato

10.
pepper

11.
pumpkin

12.
broccoli

Information or Use Cases (Usage examples)

Teddy: What's the side dish that you're making for dinner?

Elsie: I'm not sure. I was thinking of making a vegetable.

Teddy: What kind of vegetable are you thinking about making?

Elsie: Do you know what kind of vegetable you want to eat?

Teddy: Why don't you make some carrot, cabbage, broccoli, and mushroom?

Elsie: How would you like them?

Teddy: Why don’t you saute them with pepper, onion, and garlic?

Elsie: Okay. How about eggplant lasagna?

Teddy: It sounds delicious too.

Elsie: Okay, I'll make both of them then.

Teddy: Hmm, let me see what are the rest in refrigerator.(checking the racks of refrigerator) We still have cucumber, pumpkin, radish, and also wheat for breakfast tomorrow morning. We can go shopping after breakfast.

Elsie: Of course. We should refill the content of refrigerator.

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