Capitalization: The Names Of Countries, Nationalities, And Specific Languages
Countries, nationalities, and languages are always capitalized as they are proper nouns.
See also: Proper Nouns and Words Derived from Them
English is made up of many languages, including Latin, German, and French.
My mother is British, and my father is Dutch.
The Mennonites began to worship in the Netherlands in the 16th century.
While Americans are very proud of their current nationality, most can trace their roots back to Europe or Africa.
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