A nationality describes where someone or something is from. Most nationalities are similar to the names of the countries, with a different ending (suffix). Common suffixes are: ish, ian, ese, i, an
Some nationalities are irregular, because the spelling and pronunciation of the nationality word is very different from the country word. One example is the nationality of France, which is French.
It is important to use capital letters when writing country names and nationalities.
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|American||from the United States of America|
|Emirati||from the United Arab Emirates|
|Saudi Arabian||from Saudi Arabia|