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Loanwords: What are they and where do they come from?

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Stop the press! ‘Marmite’ is French. And it’s not just the most-British of yeast spreads that is a loanword. Previously we’ve written about our favourite French words with no English translation, now this article will look some of our all time favourite loanwords which we use so regularly that they simply don’t need a translation. […]

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