Nationality in Italian

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

British: Inglese
Moroccan: Marocchino (m.); Marocchina (f.)
Chinese: Cinese
Brazilian: Brasiliano (m.); Brasiliana (f.)
American: Americano (m.); Americana (f.)
French: Francese
German: Tedesco (m.); Tedesca (f.)
Greek: Greco (m.); Greca (f.)
Israeli: Israeliano (m.); Israeliana (f.)
Indian: Indiano (m.); Indiana (f.)
Irish: Irlandese
Italian: Italiano(m.); Italiana (f.)
Japanese: Giapponese
Korean: Coreano (m.); Coreana (f.)
Iranian: Iraniano (m.); Iraniana (f.)
Portuguese: Portoghese
Russian: Russo(m.); Russa (f.)
Spanish: Spagnolo (m.); Spagnola (f.)
Swedish: Svedese
Pakistani: Pachistano (m.); Pachistana (f.)

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: Io sono italiano (m.); Io sono italiana (f.)
My wife is Korean: Mia moglie è coreana
My father is Greek: Mio padre è greco
I have an American car: Ho una macchina americana
I love French cheese: Adoro il formaggio francese
He has a Moroccan rug: Ha un tappeto marocchino

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