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Les légumes

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Des choux de Bruxelles (masculine) Brussels sprouts
Des épinards (masculine) Spinach
Des haricots (masculine) Beans
Des lentilles (feminine) Lentils
Des petits-pois (masculine) Peas
Du maïs Corn/sweet corn
Un artichaut An artichoke
Un brocoli Broccoli
Un céleri A celery
Un champignon A mushroom
Un chou A cabbage
Un chou-fleur A cauliflower
Un concombre A cucumber
Un oignon An onion
Un poireau A leek
Un poivron A pepper
Une asperge An asparagus
Une aubergine An aubergine
Une betterave A beetroot
Une carotte A carrot
Une courgette A courgette
Une patate douce A sweet potato
Une pomme de terre A potato
Une salade A salad
Une tomate A tomato


There is no “z” link between “des” (or “les”) and “haricots,” see “silent letters and links” in this book.

For “un oignon,” “une aubergine,” “un artichaut,” and “une asperge,” use the “n” link. For “des épinards,” use the “z” link.

Instead of “une pomme de terre” you may hear “une patate.”

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