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Which of the following is a word borrowed from the Spanish language and used in the English language? 1. El poncho 2. El sándwich 3. El champú 4. El zíper

MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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So we have four words, that are all Spanish words. We need to pick the word that is BORROWED FROM SPANISH, and used in English. This is a little tricky, but I can tell you that it's not "sándwich." "Sándwich" is a word that is borrowed from English. Not Spanish.
El poncho, from Araucanian pontho meaning "woolen fabric.
And that is right.

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