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Intermediate Spanish Vocabulary: Fruits and nuts in Spanish

Intermediate Spanish Vocabulary 
A video from the Intermediate Spanish Vocabulary Course
Click here to watch all the lessons in this course

We continue our Spanish Vocabulary Course with an intermediate Spanish video lesson looking at fruits and nuts in Spanish.

In this video we learn how to correctly pronounce the Spanish words for such things as “peanut”, “almond”, “raspberry”, “blackberry”, and “cranberry”. There are three videos in total in this series, at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels with loads of useful fruits and nuts in Spanish vocabulary.

My aim with this Spanish Vocabulary Course is to provide you with lots of everyday Spanish words on topics that are genuinely useful. I hope you are enjoying the course so far and you are steadily building up your repertoire of Spanish vocabulary. The best way, as always, is to study and practice Spanish little and often. Be careful with your pronunciation and play the videos many times, repeating each word after me, so that the words stick in your head.

This is lesson 83 in this Spanish Vocabulary video course. Please click here to catch up on all the other lessons.

Lesson notes:

Listen and repeat the following words:

Los frutos secos: nuts
El pistacho: pistachio nut
El cacahuete: peanut
La castaña: chestnut
La avellana: hazelnut
La almendra: almond
La nuez: walnut
Los frutos del bosque/ La bayas: berries
La frambuesa: raspberry
La grosella: currant
La grosella negra: blackcurrant
La grosella roja: redcurrant
La grosella espinosa: gooseberry
La zarzamora: blackberry
La mora: mullberry
El arándano: blueberry
El arándano rojo: cranberry
La baya del saúco: elderberry


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