Extended project qualificationWatch
Here we see an example of this from https://www.thehistoryofenglish.com/...te_modern.html :
"But colonialism was a two-way phenomenon, and Britain’s dealings with these exotic countries, as well as the increase in world trade in general during this time, led to the introduction of many foreign loanwords into English. For instance, Australia gave us a set of words (not particularly useful outside the context of Australia itself) like boomerang, kangaroo, budgerigar, etc. But India gave us such everyday words as pyjamas, thug, bungalow, cot, jungle, loot, bangle, shampoo, candy, tank and many others."
I hope this is of some help to you (even though this above could be argued to be quite historical) , and even if not, I hope your EPQ goes well. Good luck!