One of my students wrote in her writing assignment:
If I enter high school, I want to study math very hard.
I am not good at math.
I want to enter college and I want to be a doctor in the future.
And I want to help many sick people in Japan.
I hope that Japan will become a very healthy country.
Is it OK to say/write "I hope that Japan will become a very healthy country." to mean "I hope that Japanese people will become very healthy."?
(I feel it is OK in the context above.)
Thank you, Mike.
I wholeheartedly agree with you. It could mean "financially/economically healthy".
So, "I hope (that) Japanese people will become very healthy." is much better, isn't it?
Thank you again.