Vegetables

Which kinds of vegetable can you see in these photographs?


alphawoods

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Starting from left, some tomatoes, three aubergines and many pumpkins are in the photos.

plainOldStrudel

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well done! I would say " a lot of pumpkins " also here's a way to sound reallzy good "Starting from the left, the photos depict: Three tomatoes, three aubergines and a lot of pumpkins"

keep up the good work :D

alphawoods

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I keep the word 'depict' in my mind, thank you(^^)v

Starting from the left, I see some tomatoes, three aubergines and many pumpkins are in the photos.

alphawoods

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Thank you for your useful comments(^^)v "I see" seems good !!

Hugo_Soares

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Starting from the left, some tomatoes, three aubergines and a lot ( you can say "many" but I think a lot is better) of pumpkins  in the photos.

Good!

alphawoods

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いつもありがとう(^ ^)
many < a lot: Should I use 'a lot' in another case?

Hugo_Soares

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どういたしまして :D

XS It´s a bit difficult to say... depends on the frase, you can say "many pumpkins" but it does not sound as good as "a lot" , in the frase you made.. depends from frase to frase , you have to read it and see what sounds better "many" or "a lot"  .