When did spaghetti come to England?
Italians come to England to be tourists. They come to England to learn the English language. They come to England to study at one of the many schools. They come to England to take vacations. They come to England to understand English culture and ways of doing things. They come to England to visit friends and places. They come to England to work.
Spaghetti is a type of pasta. Its name means "little strings" or "little twine" in Italian because that is what its shape resembles. Spagho is a related Italian word meaning "thread". Broken down, the Italian name is derived from: Spago which means twine, Spaghetto which means little twine, and Spaghetti is plural for Spaghetto. For more information about spaghetti and pasta see the related links and related questions.