Je suis canadienne.

Jo-AnneA1Kwiziq community member

Je suis canadienne.

Asked 3 years ago
AurélieKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Ca!

The rules differ between English and French (of course they do lol!):

- in English: nationalities all take capital letters, either used as adjectives (This is an English rug) or as nouns (There are two Frenchmen here).

- in French: you won't use a capital letter when using nationalities as adjectives (C'est un tapis anglais), but you will when used as nouns (Il y a deux Français ici).

I hope that's helpful!
Bonne journée !

 

 

 

AurélieKwiziq team member
Bonjour Jo-Anne ! Moi je suis française mais j'habite en Angleterre. Et toi, où habites-tu ?
CaA0Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor
May I ask, is nationality and some noun need to use Capital Letter and what about in French? Is nationality and name of some places not a need here? 
CaA0Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor
I mean in English. 

Je suis canadienne.

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