Berries and fruits in English


we All know that berries and fruits are not just a standalone product, and also the main ingredient of various cakes, pies, ice cream, jam, etc. Further, we consider berries .



Berry in English. language is a berry, and in the plural berries. Considering the name berry, you need not to learn them writing + pronunciation, and also competently to use them directly during a call. In English and Russian languages singular and plural berries have a significant difference. Thus, in Rus. language when you hear the word "raspberry", then under it you can refer to as a bucket of raspberries and 1 well berries. This word plural is simply no. Therefore, it is necessary to clarify. But in eng. language, all berries may be used, as in plural and singular. 1 Raspberry-berries, raspberries generalized image.

in addition, the English language has 1-but very interesting rule:

  • if we are talking about a very big berry that you can not eat for 1-in times, for example, a melon, it will be uncountable melon. In this case, it is necessary to measure in pieces;
  • but if we are talking about the melon, as a variety of berries, then you should say melons.



In the English language, the word "fruit" (fruit) has 2 plural forms of fruits and fruit. When talking about fruit in General, then you have used the word "fruit". For example, the shop called "Vegetables and fruit" ( Vegetables and fruits ). Or phrase: It's hard to buy fresh fruit now ( Now extremely difficult to buy fruit), in this case it is not specified which specific fruits. But when we are talking about a specific type of fruit, then used the word "fruits". For example: "I want the tropical fruits" ( I want a tropical fruit ), we say the word "fruits" because the clarification.

Various kinds of fruit are countable, so it can be both plural and singular. For example, lemon 1 in a lemon, and lemons some lemons.

in addition, fruits and berries consumed in phraseology:

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