Pinyin/Tomato

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Tomato is a red fruit. It is shiny and smooth, and has many small seeds. The tomato is green when it is unripe. It is very sour and it is good for you. It slowly changes color from green to red as it gets more ripe. There are many different types of tomatoes. Most tomatoes are red, but some special kinds are yellow or orange when they are ripe. Also, some tomatoes are as small as strawberries, and some will become as big as apples. Tomatoes are used a lot in Italian food. They are also used to make ketchup. Sometimes, people mistake tomatoes for vegetables, but they aren't, because they contain seeds. Tomato seeds are dispersed by being eaten by, and then passing through, animals.

Fānqié shì hóngsè shuǐguǒ, yǒu guāngzé, guānghuá, bìng yǒu xǔduō xiǎo zhǒngzǐ. Fānqié wèi chéngshú shí lǜsè, hěn suān, dàn duì shēntǐ hǎo. Tā zhújiàn chéngshú, cóng lǜsè biàn hóngsè. Fānqié yǒu hěnduō bùtóng lèixíng, chéngshú shí dàduō hóngsè, yīxiē tèshū pǐnzhǒng huángsè huò chéngsè. Yǒuxiē fānqié xiǎo rú cǎoméi, yǒude dà rú píngguǒ. Fānqié chángyòng yú Italy shípǐn, yě yòngyú zào fānqiéjiàng. Yǒurén yǐwéi fānqié shì shūcài, qíshí shì shuǐguǒ, yīnwèi tā yǒu zhǒngzǐ. Dòngwù chī fānqié hòu páichū zhǒngzǐ, cóng'ér bāngzhù bōzhòng.