Flashcards – Fruits in Sinhala (ALL)

Flashcards – Fruits in Sinhala (ALL)

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“I want to eat the seeds”

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ma∙tȧ   æ∙tȧ   kan∙nȧ   ō∙né

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Rose Apple

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jam∙bu

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Seeds

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æ∙tȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

“I want to eat the stem”

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ma∙tȧ   næt∙tȧ   kan∙nȧ   ō∙né

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Avocado

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a∙li  gæ∙tȧ  pḗ∙rȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Apple

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æ∙pȧl

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Pomegranate

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dhé∙lum

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

“Can I eat ripe fruits?”

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ma∙tȧ   i∙dhich∙chȧ   pa∙lȧ∙thu∙ru   kan∙nȧ   pu∙lu∙wan∙dhȧ?

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Grapefruit

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jam∙bō∙lȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Grape

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mi∙dhi

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

“Can I eat spoiled fruits?”

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ma∙tȧ   na∙rak  véch∙chȧ   pa∙lȧ∙thu∙ru   kan∙nȧ   pu∙lu∙wan∙dhȧ?

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

A fruit

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pa∙lȧ∙thu∙rak

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Fruits

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pa∙lȧ∙thu∙ru

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Mango

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ambȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Sour

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æmbul

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Banana

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ké∙hél∙kan

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Date

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ra∙tȧ  iňdhi

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Sweet

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pæ∙ni  ra∙sȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Ceylon Olive

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vé∙rȧ∙lu

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Lemon

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lé∙mȧn

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

“I want to eat the seed”

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ma∙tȧ   æ∙tȧ∙yȧ   kan∙nȧ   ō∙né

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Passionfruit

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pæ∙shȧn  frut

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Velvet Tamarind

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gal si∙yȧmbȧ∙la

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

“Can I eat the fruit?”

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ma∙tȧ   pa∙lȧ∙thu∙rȧ   kan∙nȧ   pu∙lu∙wan∙dhȧ?

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Tasty

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ra∙sȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Coconut

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pol

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Langsat

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ga∙du  gu∙daa

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

“Can I eat a fruit?”

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ma∙tȧ   pa∙lȧ∙thu∙rak   kan∙nȧ   pu∙lu∙wan∙dhȧ?

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Bitter

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thith∙thȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

“I want to eat the fruit peel / skin”

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ma∙tȧ   lél∙lȧ   kan∙nȧ   ō∙né

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Rambutan

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rambu∙tan

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Fruit peel / Skin

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lél∙lȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Tomato

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thak∙kaa∙li

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Seed

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æ∙tȧ∙yȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Soursop

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ka∙tu  a∙nō∙dha

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

“Can I eat a raw fruit?”

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ma∙tȧ   a∙mu   pa∙lȧ∙thu∙rak   kan∙nȧ   pu∙lu∙wan∙dhȧ?

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Ambarella

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amba∙ræl∙lȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Indian Gooseberry

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nél∙li

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Ripe

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i∙dhich∙chȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

King Coconut

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thæmbi∙li

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Papaya

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gas  la∙bu

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

“I want to eat sweet fruits”

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ma∙tȧ   pæ∙ni  ra∙sȧ   pa∙lȧ∙thu∙ru   kan∙nȧ   ō∙né

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Melon

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ko∙mȧ∙du

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Mangosteen

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mæn∙gus

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Lychees

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layi∙chees

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Pear

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pyaas

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Orange

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dho∙dam

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Durian

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dhoo∙ri∙yan

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Watermelon

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pæ∙ni  ko∙mȧ∙du

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Wood-apple

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dhi∙vul

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

“Can I eat fruits?”

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ma∙tȧ   pa∙lȧ∙thu∙ru   kan∙nȧ   pu∙lu∙wan∙dhȧ?

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Strawberry

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strō∙bé∙ri

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Pineapple

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an∙naa∙si

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Lime

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dhé∙hi

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Spoiled

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na∙rak  véch∙chȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Cantaloupe

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kæn∙tȧ∙loop

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

“I want to eat bitter fruits”

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ma∙tȧ   thith∙thȧ   pa∙lȧ∙thu∙ru   kan∙nȧ   ō∙né

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Prune

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proons

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

“I want to eat a tasty fruit”

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ma∙tȧ   ra∙sȧ   pa∙lȧ∙thu∙rak   kan∙nȧ   ō∙né

 

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“I want to eat a sour fruit”

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ma∙tȧ   æmbul   pa∙lȧ∙thu∙rak   kan∙nȧ   ō∙né

 

Based on what you learned in Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Jackfruit

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va∙rȧ∙ka

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Raw

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a∙mu

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Fruit

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pa∙lȧ∙thu∙rȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Lovi-lovi (or batoko plum)

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lo∙vi

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Tamarind

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si∙yȧmbȧ∙la

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Stem

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næt∙tȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

 

 

Guava

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pḗ∙rȧ

 

Taken from: Fruits in Sinhala

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