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Homework Help: English - Ms. Sue

Posted by Minnie on Sunday, December 16, 2012 at 8:14am.

So in my grammar book it is these explanation:
We use the with nationality adjectives that end -ese, -ch, -sh, -ss and are used to refer to all the people of that nationality, eg. Chinese, Japanese, Spanish.
The French drink a lot of wine.
The Swiss are famous for their banks.

Are these a right example? It is in the book, so I think it has to be right... I'm very confused... And are theire nationalities without the beginnings I write above?

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