Yes the word pineapple is a noun. A pineapple is a type of fruit.
European is not a language. A pineapple is a type of fruit
A pineapple is a fruit.
It isn't. It is a Bromeliad, or Bromeliaceae.
pineapple is a fruit
a pineapple is classed as a fruit
Pineapple is a fruit. It contains pineapple.
It isn't a fruit, it is part of a plant group called Bromeliaceae, or Bromeliads.
yes pineapple is seedless fruit.
A pineapple is a perfectly round seed bearing fruit that is usually red, yellow, or green. The most common type of pineapple is the Crab Pineapple.
Yes, the noun 'pineapple' is a common noun, a general word for a type of fruit.
The pineapple itself is a fruit.
No, pineapple is a fruit.
A pineapple is a fruit!
The pineapple is the fruit of...a pineapple plant! The top of a pineapple can be removed from the fruit and rooted to produce a new plant.
The pineapple is the fruit.
A fruit. :)
Pineapple is a fruit. This is because pineapple has seeds in it and it is sweet. It also grows from a tree, which is typical of fruit.
Spongebob Squarepants lives in a pineapple.
Pineapple is a fruit, but it is not a citrus fruit. Citrus fruits belong to the family Rutaceae. Pineapple, however, are of the family Bromeliaceae. One of the main differences between the two is that citrus trees bear fruit from their branches, while pineapple fruit is the stem of the plant. Although not in the family of Rutaceae (citrus fruits), pineapple is very acidic and it is known that Pineapple pickers have no finger prints left due to the acidity in Pineapple.
Pineapple is a fruit, and you can get seeds, they are in the fleshy prt of the fruit, it is possible that you don't get seeds as well, pineapple is just a whole heap of clusters stuck together