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    Exclamation Which one is better?


    I am an Indian.
    I am Indian.

    Which part of speech is Indian?

    Which sentence is appropriate and why?


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    Re: Which one is better?

    Indian can be used both as a noun and an adjective.
    For instance, I'm a Turk, but I'm Turkish.
    But you're both an Indian, and Indian.


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