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    Americans vs American people

    I have seen people use the term "Americans" in order to express the idea" The plural noun, the human being living in America"- but I often see they use" American people" ,too. Do they express the same thing?

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    Re: Americans vs American people

    They often can be used interchangeably, though in more formal or serious contexts, I would use 'American people'.

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