I have dual nationality with/of Britain and Canada.

Discussion in 'English Only' started by skydown13, Jan 13, 2016.

  1. skydown13 Senior Member

    Mandarin
    I have dual nationality with/of Britain and Canada.

    Which preposition to use here? With or of?
     
  2. The Newt

    The Newt Senior Member

    USA / EEUU
    English - US
    I would probably say "I have dual citizenship in (or maybe "of") Britain and Canada."
     
  3. sdgraham

    sdgraham Senior Member

    Oregon, USA
    USA English
    I wouldn't use either.

    I'd say, "I have dual British and Canadian citizenship."

    Is there some reason, Skydown, you feel compelled to use a preposition?
     
  4. Parla Member Emeritus

    New York City
    English - US
    Absolutely. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
     

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