We use definite article (the) with some adjectives without a noun such as : the rich, the old, the blind, the sick, the disabled, the injured, the poor, the young, the old, the deaf, the dead, the unemployed etc. The meaning is always plural. Let's see the following examples :
We also use definite article (the) with the nationality adjectives such as the British, the English, the Welsh, the Irish, the Spanish, the French, the Dutch, the Swiss, the Chinese, the Japanese etc. The meaning is the people from the country in general. Let's see the following examples :
Note : With nationalities other than the ones mentioned above, we have to use a plural ( ending in s ) :
Complete the sentences with definite article and followed by the correct adjectives.
What do you call the people of these countries ?