Vocabulary for Food: Vegetables

Learn vocabulary for vegetables for the topic of food. In IELTS it is possible to get the topic of either food or just vegetables in speaking part 1. Make sure you include lots of interesting vocabulary in your answers.

Can you name all the vegetables in the picture below? Under the picture is a list of possible words, not all of them are in the picture (there are 26 words but only 24 answers needed).

vegetables-english-vocabulary

broccoli          aubergine          corn           tomatoes         bean sprouts           artichoke         cucumber           lettuce            onions           radish             garlic pumpkin          sweet potato             cauliflower               sprouts             potatoes              asparagus                peas              courgette              red pepper             chili pepper           carrots               parsnip               celery              beans                mushrooms           spinach         beetroot

Answers

  1. peas
  2. mushrooms
  3. pumpkin
  4. cauliflower
  5. radish
  6. onions
  7. celery
  8. artichoke
  9. carrots
  10. potatoes
  11. lettuce
  12. tomatoes
  13. aubergine or eggplant
  14. sprouts
  15. courgette or zucchini
  16. cabbage
  17. corn (corn on the cob)
  18. asparagus
  19. beetroot
  20. broccoli
  21. red pepper
  22. sweet potato
  23. cucumber
  24. beans

 

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Comments

  1. great webside for great learners

  2. thank you so much .

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  4. thank you dear Liz…
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  5. Hi Liz,

    I really had a difficult time to get a 7 in my reading. I have been reviewing for almost a month now but still no improvement at all. I did attend review center and the tips I got were useful but I feel like I did not improve at all.

  6. I can not listen to the post when i am trying to listen and write at the same time. I means I have to pause then start again many times. It juts allow me to listen for the whole passage instead of pausing and starting again and again. How can i do?

  7. good vocabulary for cookery course and for vegetarians people. http://www.woodwardenglish.com

  8. hi liz
    thank you very much for those lessons .
    could you please give some reading task for GT

    • The tips for GT and academic reading are the same. All question types are the same so follow all my usual reading tips.
      All the best
      Liz

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  13. hey,
    I have diffculty in doing reading question Yes , No and given question ….. is there any tips that i can improve these questions

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    • This is not a programme. This is a free website with practice exercises and tips for IELTS.
      All the best
      Liz

      • Hi Liz

        My name is sofia, if im a student and i dont work, and the examiner asked me about my job, what should i say? Thank you

        • The topic of work is also the topic of study. The examiner will first ask: Do you work or do you study?”. Here are your possible answers:

          I work.
          I study.
          I don’t work or study at the moment ….

  16. Hi mam. I want to thank you for providing such out of the box tips for ielts. I want to improve my score in reading section(5.5) to (7) in my upcoming exam. I want to confirm that the level of the actual reading exam is same or less than the level of practice booklet we get from idp? Also, how can i improve my vocab to understand text in reading passage easily?

  17. Hi Lizz,

    I am Sunitha from India. I am glad to know you to IELTS website. Your teaching skills are awesome.
    Currently I have applied for IELTS test. I want your support in exporing myself in the english language.

    How can I connect you for any calrifications.

    Kindly suggest me.
    Thanks & Regards
    Sunita

    • Sorry, but the only help I provide are lessons and tips on this blog. Most pages are focusing on IELTS exam skills rather than English.
      Liz

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    My exam is in few days, want somebody for practice

  21. I want somebody for ielts speaking practice. can u suggest me same one so that i can improve my speaking

  22. Hi Liz,

    I have given my exam on 7th Feb.

    My speaking topic is about ‘special TOY in your childhood’.

    Thanks

    • Hi,

      That was quite a hard topic for speaking part 2. I’ve seen it before in the test. I hope you were able to give a good talk.
      Thanks for sharing,
      Liz

  23. Bunch of thanks for including some more vocabulary of food in dictionary of mind ):
    Regards

  24. my test will be on 28 February …..give me some suggestion about all modules. ….thanks

  25. Liz,

    This topic reminds me of my first year in the primary school,.. In fact, I always reminisce about those nice days!!
    Go ahead!!

  26. Thank you very much
    You are wonderful

  27. An example of “Banana” in the context of the speaking:

    I’ll go banana if you insist on treating me badly.

  28. imran Khan says:

    I already knew some of them. It helped me to know more, so thanks .

  29. Mr.Ye Tun Oo says:

    Thanks a lot,teacher.I am really interested in your teachers.

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