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somnambulist
You can use Scottish in this sentence if you say "the Scottish". Scottish can be descriptive, while the Scottish is the people of Scotland. Great question!

Sep 20, 2014 10:17 Public Scotland decides
jennykat
  • The variety is amazing; not only mementos but also do they sell so many kinds of local food souvenir products, including locally-made processed foods such as fish, meat, mushroom, salad dressings, seasonings, pickled vegetables, etc.
  • The variety is amazing; they sell not only mementos but also do they sell so many kinds of local food souvenir products, including locally-made processed foods such as fish, meat, mushroom, salad dressings, seasonings, pickled vegetables, etc.
  • Almost all of the time, an adverb ending in "ly" does NOT take a hyphen, because it so obviously belongs to the adjective that follows it. So you write "locally made processed foods," not "locally-made processed foods."
lyのあとにはハイフンをつけない

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