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You say in english
The French drinks a lot of wine.
The Swiss makes good choloclate.

Is there a national adjective without "the"??

  • english -

    You've used those nationalities as nouns.

    We might say

    Swiss trains are on time.

    French wine is the best in the world.

  • english -

    I found the rule that national adjectives end with -ese; -ch; -sh; -ss goes with the, it's in my grammar book that way, and now I'm lconfused wether there are some without the.

  • english -

    Be sure you know the difference between nouns and adjectives.

    Your examples are nouns (The French drink a lot of wine.)

    My examples show the same words used as adjectives.

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