The adjectives for countries in Spanish, known as ‘gentilicios’, are used a lot more than in English. While in English is very common to hear sentences like “I’m from Argentina” or “I’m from the US”, Spanish-speakers tend to use the gentilicio much more often. Ex.: “Soy argentina” =I’m Argentinian, “Es ecuatoriana” =She’s Ecuadorian.
Here’s a comprehensive list of the gentilicios, (or adjectives for countries in Spanish), of the most populated countries in the American continent.
Now you can practice the adjectives for countries in Spanish that you have just learnt by completing this crossword. Good luck! 🙂