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Countries and Nationalities



Countries and Nationalities

Africa

l'Africa

African

africano

Australia

l'Australia

Australian

australiano

Canada

il Canada

Canadian

canadese

China

la Cina

Chinese

cinese

France

la Francia

French

francese

Germany

la Germania

German

tedesco

England

l'Inghilterra

English

inglese

Great Britain

la Gran Bretagna

British

britannico

Ireland

l'Irlanda

Irish

irlandese

Italy

l'Italia

Italian

italiano

Japan

il Giappone

Japanese

giapponese

China

la Cina

Chinese

cinese

Korea

la Corea

Korean

coreano

Mexico

il Messico

Mexican

messicano

Russia

la Russia

Russian

russo

Spain

la Spagna

Spanish

spagnolo

United States

gli Stati Uniti

American

statunitense

Switzerland

la Svizzera

Swiss

svizzero

Austria

l'Austria

Austrian

austriaco

Poland

la Polonia

Polish

polacco

Belgium

il Belgio

Belgian

belga

Norway

la Norvegia

Norwegian

norvegese

Sweden

la Svezia

Swedish

svedese

Denmark

la Danimarca

Danish

danese

Netherlands

i Paesi Bassi

Dutch

olandese

Finland

la Finlandia

Finnish

finlandese

Notes: If the adjective is referring to a language, it will always be the masculine form. If the adjective is referring to a woman instead of a man, then the adjectives ending in -o change to end in -a. The adjectives ending in -e do not change for gender. Also, the adjective americano usually refers to someone living anywhere in the American continent, but many people do use it to mean a person from the United States, instead of statunitense. When talking about your country of origin, it is more common in Italian to use the adjective of nationality. So, for example, instead of saying She is from Denmark, you would say She is Danish.


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