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I've read the expression the Italians meaning the Italian people. Is it correct? Why isn't it the Italian just as the poor or the rich?
How does it work with names ending with -ish such as Spanish, English? And French?
Thank you in advance
Luca Toni passes the ball to Philippo Inzaghi, and he immediately scores! What a fabulous goal by the Italian. (the Italian = Inzaghi)
If you want to talk about more than just one single person, you use some/the/those Italians.
Thank you very much. The link was really useful.
How would this sentence be with an English player?
Does this work? It doesn't sound good to me. I think in this case the English would mean "the english team".