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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #107253: Parts of vegetables and fruits
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    Parts of vegetables and fruits













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    Cloves, pod, peels, kernel, rinds, shells, veins, kernels, stone, floret, layer, segments.

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    1. The sections of garlic are called ( )   [c...] and they are so easy to separate.

    2. How many peas are inside a ( )   [p...] depends on the kind of pea.

    3. Coconut ( )   [k...] can be eaten cooked, raw or as preserve.

    4. Normally you throw away the ( )   [r...] of watermelon, but did you know you can pickle them?

    5. Walnut ( )   [s...] are used in the plastic and cosmetic industries.

    6. The heat from a chile pepper is concentrated in the interior ( )   [v...].

    7. Cornflakes are made from dried corn ( )   [k...].

    8. A hard and big seed inside an apricot is called a ( )   [s...].

    9. A flower part of broccoli is called a ( )   [f...].

    10. We always remove the first outer ( )   [l...] of an onion before we use it.

    11. Orange ( )   [p...] are excellent for various skin treatments.

    12. Generally there are 10 to 12 ( )   [s...] in an orange.

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