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Are You a Citizen, Resident, Subject, National or Native?


So many ways to describe you relative to where you live. Love that English language.

You can be more than one. You could be a citizen and a native, or a citizen and a native or a subject, or a resident and a national, or a citizen and subject and resident, etc.

Citizen — One who enjoys complete civil rights of a nation, whether by being born or naturalized there.

Resident — One who lives in a particular city or state.

Subject — One who lives in a monarchy.

National — One who lives outside the country of which he/she is a citizen/subject (also a Washington DC baseball player, but that’s not important right now).

Native — One who is born in a particular place.

Choose your IDs!

Until next time! Use the right words!

leebarnathan.com

 

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