What are proper adjectives of countries?

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An adjective modifies a noun by identifying it or describing it. Examples of proper adjectives of countries include Sweden which is Swedish, Canada which is Canadian, Mexico which is Mexican, America which is American, and Vietnam which is Vietnamese. Every country has its own adjective. It is also referred to as a person's nationality. For example, if a man is from Wales, he is considered Welsh and if a woman is from Korea she is a Korean.
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