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As far as I know, people here and elsewhere use " Argentinian ", "Argentine" and even "Argentinean". I saw this last one in an American. Referenzen und weiterführende Informationen: [1, 2] LEO Englisch-Deutsch, Stichwort: „ Argentinian “: [1, 2] Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary „ Argentinian “: [ 1,  ‎ Argentinian (Englisch) · ‎ Substantiv. Argentinian (plural Argentinians). A person from Argentina or of Argentine descent. Argentinian (not comparable). Of, from, or pertaining to Argentina and the.

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I have heard the expresion argentine, but never said by a teacher. Argentinian Englisch [ Bearbeiten ] Substantiv [ Bearbeiten ] Singular Plural the Argentinian the Argentinians Aussprache: Relating to Argentina or its people. Tools What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Cite this page. Also, when using Argentine, I would pronounce the last syllable like "teen" and not like "tahyn" long i sound. I don't remember the source but would be good to investigate on that. Also, I do believe that it is important to call people by what they call themselves most generally. argentinian

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Here's how it works: Celebrate a True Argentinian Christmas with The Real Argentina. After each of those "peaks", the alternative non-standard form gradually faded as the people using it realised they were in a minority. Dear Tormenta, You are surely correct! In the final case, I would be curious which came first and was traditionally more common in usage in the English language. Was it anything like that of The Ukraine? Which of argentinian following is correct? April 20th, at Both are correct, but Argentinian is more common. Even though Argentina had its independence inthe country's name wasn't settled untiland officially it can be referred as "Nacion Casino brand montreux or "Republica Argentina". Thank you for this answer.

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