I noticed something very interesting today when I googled the etymology of the word 'restaurant'.
If you type into Google, 'etymology' and another word, Google provides you with a little infographic and a summary of the etymology of the word - right there in the search results.
This is what I got:
Isn't that fun? It's another way that Google can be a useful tool for educators!
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