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Vegetables in French Quiz

Can you name these common vegetables in French? (Any terms with 'singular' in brackets are typically used in plural form)
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Last updated: April 23, 2022
First submittedApril 11, 2022
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Potato
Sweet potato
Carrot
Parsnip
Turnip
Swede / rutabaga
Onion
Spring onion / scallion
A leek
A fennel
A lettuce
A cabbage
A brussels sprout
Kale
Cauliflower
Broccoli
Watercress
Spinach (singular)
An artichoke
A pea (singular)
A haricot bean
A green bean
A kidney bean
A runner bean
A lima/butter bean
A cucumber
Celery
Okra
A courgette / zucchini
A butternut squash
A pumpkin
An aubergine / eggplant
A bell pepper / capsicum
A chilli
A radish
Asparagus (singular)
A beetroot
Sweetcorn
A lentil (singular)
A chick pea (singular)
Garlic
Ginger
A mushroom
A tomato
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Level 46
Apr 13, 2022
I've never seen 'oignon vert' before. May be Québecois? 'Un butternut' should probably be accepted as a type-in; it's common usage.
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Level 43
Apr 14, 2022
Yeah, I compared translation sites and most said 'oignon vert', or 'ciboule' which is the French equivalent of 'scallion'.

I've added 'ciboule' and 'quebecois' to the list of acceptable answers though, thanks.

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Level 46
Apr 14, 2022
:-) By Québecois, I mean it might be Canadian French, not metropolitan French. I've never seen proper spring onions - scallions - in a French supermarket. You see "oignons en botte", which are bunches of small fresh white onions, but they're not quite the same.