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Pieces of clothing whose names come from the English language. Snimshchikova T. Yartseva I.
A jumper, a pullover, a sweater. What’s the difference?
Hypotheses Different names – the same destination. If you wanna be warm wrap in knits and mohair. You’ll be up with fashion!
What’s the difference?
Background “Jumper” The word "jumper" comes from the English verb "to jump".
At first it was an item of sport wear and looked like a knitted jacket with a short fastening at the throat.
Background “ Pullover” A knitted jacket without any fastening with a little cut was called "pullover" from the English word "to pull over", that means to take something off or put on over the head.
Background “Sweater” A sweater is a warm knitted jacket without fastening and a cut with a high collar.
This name comes from the English verb "to sweat".
That shows that a sweater is a very warm piece of clothing.
Conclusion Sweater, pullover and jumper are indispensable things in cold weather. They are very popular in the whole world both with adults and children.
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