albero - L'albero




the tree

masculine noun

Categories: nature, spring

l’alberogli alberi

Diminutive: l’alberello small tree


  • Romeo si arrampica spesso sugli alberi. Romeo often climbs trees.
  • Vorrei piantare un albero in giardino. I’d like to plant a tree in the garden.
  • Lo scoiattolo è seduto su un ramo di quel grande albero. The squirrel is sitting on a branch of that big tree.
  • In giardino ho tanti alberi da frutto: un melo, un fico, un pero, un pesco e un bellissimo ciliegio! In the garden I have many fruit trees: an apple tree, a fig tree, a pear tree, a peach tree and a beautiful cherry tree!

Le parti dell’albero

Let’s learn the names of the parts of a tree!

parti dell albero - L'albero

Fonte: fantavolando

la chiomacrown
il fruttofruit
il fioreblossom
il ramobranch
la foglialeaf
la cortecciacortex
il troncotrunk
la radiceroot

Alcuni alberi

Gli alberi da frutto

Most alberi da frutto fruit trees are called in Italian like the fruit they produce… but in the male form! For example, the tree that makes le mele the apples is called il melo the apple tree. Funny, isn’t it?

il melole meleApple tree > apples
il perole perePear tree > pears
il ciliegiole ciliegieCherry tree > cherries
l’aranciole aranceOrange tree > oranges
il castagnole castagneChestnut tree > chestnuts
il pescole peschePeach tree > peaches
il bananole bananeBanana tree > bananas
il limonei limoniLemon tree > lemon
il ficoi fichiFig tree > figs

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