The influence of exotic languages on the English language - present day English - 1.Sanskrit 2. Hindi 3.Dravidian 4.Arabic. (borrowings - the words that English has borrowed from exotic countries)
We need to write a bit about those languages and give example of the words that come from those languages. The words that I found are below. But you can only pick the most interesting ones, like in Hindi - pijamas.
That is what I found myself:
Sanskrit : avatar, karma, mahatma, swastika, yoga.
Hindi: bandanna, bangle, bungalow, chintz, cot, cummerbund, dungaree,juggernaut, jungle, loot, maharaja, nabob, pajamas, punch (the drink),shampoo, thug, kedgeree, jamboree
Dravidian:curry, mango, teak, pariah
Arabic :bedouin, emir, jakir, gazelle, giraffe, harem, hashish, lute, minaret,mosque, myrrh, salaam, sirocco, sultan, vizier, bazaar, caravan.
If you want you can use different words. You can use as many sources as you want. But when you quote please don`t write the author at the end of the sentence. Please do it this way: as remarked by Comrie (2010), As stated by...according to etc.
Please let me know in case any delay I need to have it done before the end of the month. Please notice that I marked single spaced this time.
This is plan of my thesis just to give you an idea what it looks like. I will also attach the part that you already did for me - The influence of Latin Celtic Scandinavian and French languages.
1.1 Historical and cultural backgrounds of the English Language
1.1.1 Old English
1.1.2 Middle English
1.1.3 Early modern English
1.1.4 Colonial times
1.2 The notion of borrowings
1.2.1 The definition of the term borrowing
1.2.2 The reasons for borrowing
1.2.3 The types of borrowings
1.2.4 The classification of borrowings
1.3 The influence of other languages on the English language
1.2.4 Frenchanskrit Hindi
2.1 Present-Day English
2.1.6 African languages
2.1.7 American Indian Languages
2.1.10 Pacific Islands