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Carrot

carrot

 

A carrot is a root vegetable. It grows in the ground. It’s orange and it has a slightly sweet flavor.

  • Do you like carrots?
  • Carrots are good for you.
  • Eating carrots is good for your eyesight and your immune system.
  • Carrots contain beta-carotene which your body uses to make Vitamin A.
  • When eaten raw, carrots are hard and crunchy.
  • Baby carrots are very popular.
  • Carrots become softer when they are cooked.
  • Carrots are used in soups and stews.
  • Carrot cakes and carrot souffles are delicious.
  • A person with red hair may be referred to as a carrot top. My friend Chris is a carrot top.

carrot

Note: When describing something in general terms, use the plural form: Carrots are good for you. Not, A carrot is good for you.

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Published on September 3, 2017

 

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