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ID number:943424
Published: 26.03.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: 2 units
References: Not used

1. French
1.Their debut looked back to an ideal past. (The Friday Rewiew, Independent, May 11 2001, page 13)
DEBUT, noun. Borrowed of French debut, as first public appearance. First appeared in correspondence of Chesterfield in 1751.
2.Why do dolphins sponge ? (TLS, The Times Literary Supplement, April 13, 2001 , page 3)
DOLPHIN, noun. Borrowed from Old French daulphin, dalphin, daufin as sea mammal. First appeared in about 1350

2. Latin
3.Today’s agenda includes short debate on treatment of diabetes, opened by John Bercow. (Independent, May 11, 2001, page 16)
AGENDA, noun. Borrowed from Latin, agenda as items of business to be considered. First appeared in 1657.…

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