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Complete the following with nouns, adjectives, or prepositional phrases to make simple sentences that describe these fruits. 

The first sentence serves as an example.   

Be careful not to create more than one independent clause! 

EXAMPLE:  Pineapples don't taste like bananas.


. Apples vary in color from _______ to _______.


Bananas grow in  _________________.


Cantaloupes, watermelons, and honeydews are members of the _______________ family.  


___________ and __________ are citrus fruits. 


For breakfast, many people drink  __________ juice.