Nationality in Brazilian

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

British: Britânico (male) Britânica (female)
Moroccan: Marroquino (male) Marroquina (female)
Chinese: Chinês (male) Chinesa (female)
Brazilian: Brasileiro (male) Brasileira (female)
American: Norte-americano
French: Francês (male) Francesa (female)
German: Alemão (male) Alemã (female)
Greek: Grego (male) Grega (female)
Israeli: Israelense
Indian: Indiano (male) Indiana (female)
Irish: Irlandês (male) Irlandesa (female)
Italian: Italiano (male) Italiana (female)
Japanese: Japonês (male) Japonesa (female)
Korean: Coreano (male) Coreana (female)
Iranian: Iraniano (male) Iraniana (female)
Portuguese: Português (male) Portuguesa (female)
Russian: Russo (male) Russa (female)
Spanish: Espanhol (male) Espanhola (female)
Swedish: Sueco (male) Sueca (female)
Pakistani: Paquistanense

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: Eu sou italiano.
My wife is Korean: Minha esposa é coreana.
My father is Greek: Meu pai é grego.
I have an American car: Eu tenho um automóvel norte-americano.
I love French cheese: Adoro queijo francês.
He has a Moroccan rug: Ele tem um tapete marroquino.

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