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It looks like there are more vegetables and fruits starting with the letter p. Besides pea, potato, peach and pear, pumpkin, papaya, pineapple and plum all start with the letter p. Here is the tutorial on how to say pumpkin, papaya, pineapple and plum in Chinese.

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Watch PPT presentation for the complete lesson. Due to the size of the program, content in the frame below may display blank. Simply refresh the current webpage or press F5 on your keyboard for the refresh function. (Please enable your computer audio and increase the speaker volume. You can hear the words when they are spoken and follow the sound track) :

Click here to see the whole screen PPT presentation.

Or you can view the presentation in an interactive mode: Chinese Learning for Babies (Lesson 3-Vegetables & Fruits): How to say pumpkin, papaya, pineapple and plum in Chinese?

What do you think? Drop me your comments, ideas, suggestions or complains here, so that I can keep improving this program. I hope you and your baby like the series and continue learning Chinese week by week, month by month, year by year.

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  1. 1
    Pumkin Dan // May 19th, 2010 at 8:11 pm

    Nice stuff. You might like our site too it’s called pumkin! I want to add your blog to our links section lots of good reading here. Thanks.

  2. 2
    Lina // May 21st, 2010 at 5:37 am

    @Pumkin Dan: I visited your website. What a cute and fun site! I will let my daughter take a look to see whether she is interested in learning English this way. 🙂

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