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Trees have got fruits Fruits have got seeds seed s
seed pulp peel Parts of the fruit
strawberry watermelo n cherry melon grapes peach pear appl e orange banan a pommegrana te Fruits and the seasons plum
SEEDSNUT S Sunflower seeds walnu t chestn ut peanu t pinenutalmond
olive tree olive oil Fruits from Vilches
FRUITS ARE HEALTHY There are many different fruit dishes
DISH ES Fruit salad jam milkshak e Ice cream wine juice
RAW VEGETABLES tomato lettuce cucumb er pepp er onion garli c carr ot raddish
COOKED VEGETABLES aubergin e pea asparag us marro w spinachcauliflowerswiss chard
We eat vegetables every day There are many different vegetable dishes
salad sauc e VEGETABLE DISHES sandwich es puree soup stew
WHO AM I ? I AM… a tomato a peanut a grape a pea a strawberry an asparagus a carrota walnut raw vegetable nut fruit raw vegetablenut cooked
SALAD FRUIT SALAD tomatoorang e cucumbe r apple oil bananalettuc e Can you put the ingredients in the correct place ?
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