It sounds odd to me. We might say Japan is highly populated or Japan has a high population, or even, more crudely, there are a lot of people in Japan. I suspect my worries are that what matters is population density, people/square kilometre, rather than raw numbers.Hello everyone,
Is the sentence below correct? I feel something odd about saying there being a population. Or is it natural?
There is a large population in Japan.
Thanks in advance.