Let's Learn English! English Words That We Stole From Other Languages (Lesson Only)



In this English lesson I will help you learn English words that originally came from other languages. They may not quite look the same, the may not mean the some, and the certainly won’t sound the same, but all of these words do originally come from another language.

There are many loan words in English that originally come from the French, Spanish, Dutch, Arabic, Japanese languages. As you learn English you may find the odd word that is from your own language. The English language has historically quite often borrowed words from other languages for certain things. In this English lesson I will teach about 40 words that have been taken from other languages.

This was an enjoyable English lesson for me create and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it a lot. It is, of course, much more than a simple English vocabulary lesson. I’ll define each word, and make sure that I also give many example sentences.

I hope you enjoy this English class where you’ll learn where some English words came from!

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12 thoughts on “Let's Learn English! English Words That We Stole From Other Languages (Lesson Only)

  1. I had thought that Loot word belongs to English which is stolen by Indian but today I knew that it's stolen by English from us 😊

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