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Thought this was quite interesting http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-19929249. Read something similar but regarding 50 Indian words used in the British language such as thug, kagool and ketchup to name a few.
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It is interesting, thank you. And we have the Germans to thank for kindergarten and rucksack.
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Poltergeist and angst and if your hungry how about a frankfurter or hamburger
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