Nationality in French

This is a list of some common nationalities in French. It is a nice addition to our other 2 pages: Languages and Countries.

British: Britannique
Moroccan: Marocain(e)
Chinese: Chinois(e)
Brazilian: Brésilien(ne)
American: Américain(e)
French: Français(e)
German: Allemand(e)
Greek: Grec (Grecque)
Israeli: Israélien(ne)
Indian: Indien(ne)
Irish: Irlandais(e)
Italian: Italien(ne)
Japanese: Japonais(e)
Korean: Coréen(ne)
Iranian: Iranien(ne)
Portuguese: Portugais(e)
Russian: Russe
Spanish: Espagnol(e)
Swedish: Suédois(e)
Pakistani: Pakistanais(e)

Now we will put some of the words above into a sentence which you might use in a regular conversation about citizenship. All you need is to swap the nationality but keep the same sentence structure.

I'm Italian: Je suis italien(ne)
My wife is Korean: Ma femme est coréene
My father is Greek: Mon père est grec
I have an American car: J'ai une voiture américaine
I love French cheese: J'adore le fromage français
He has a Moroccan rug: Il a un tapis marocain

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