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    citizenship/nationality

    'I acquired Canadian citizenship/nationality two years ago.'
    In this sentence, which is better, 'citizenship' or 'nationality'?
    What is the difference between 'citizenship' and 'nationality'?


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    #2

    Re: citizenship/nationality

    Hi, Peppy
    IMHO you can only acquire citizenship.
    Cheers

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    #3

    Re: citizenship/nationality

    Quote Originally Posted by peppy_man View Post
    'I acquired Canadian citizenship/nationality two years ago.'
    In this sentence, which is better, 'citizenship' or 'nationality'?
    What is the difference between 'citizenship' and 'nationality'?
    I agree with Humble.

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