OK, this fruit is big. It's round. It's pretty heavy. Usually, it's green on the outside. It's hard on the outside but very soft on the inside. You need to cut it before you can eat it.
OK, this next fruit is round. It's usually hard on the outside and hard on the inside. You sometimes cut it before you eat it, but you don't have to cut it. You can just bite into it and it eat it naturally.
OK, this fruit is soft on the outside and soft of the inside and you must peel it or cut it before you eat it. Usually people peel it with their hands before they eat it. It's round and it comes from a tree and you can use it to make juice.
OK, this fruit is pretty popular around the world. It's oblong. That's right. It's not round. It's oblong and you must peel it before you eat it. You can cut it but you still must peel it a little bit before you can eat it. It's kind of soft on the outside but very soft on the inside.
OK, this fruit is small and you can peel it but most people don't. You can cut it but most people don't. This fruit you pick and throw in your mouth and eat. It's very easy, maybe the easiest fruit to eat of all fruits.
OK, now this last fruit we all know. Strawberries. So, answer these three questions.
Ready. What color is a strawberry? Where do strawberries come from? Do you like strawberries?
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