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Well now this is the most simultaneously arrogant and ignorant statement I've read in a while. My friends in Chile consider themselves American quite truly and correctly just as much as we do in the USA. There are two American continents and the USA does not fully occupy either of them.
Part of citizens of the US referring to themselves as "American"...and most of the world doing so also...might be a bit of arrogance/nationalism/whathaveyou on our part. I think a bigger part is just practicality. What else do you call us in English? I generally introduce myself as Texan when I'm abroad (as most people know where Texas is).
The only country with that problem is United Arab Emirates. They are referred to as the Emirati (suggesting Americans could be referred to as Statesian), but the Emirati also refer to an ethnic group.
I can dig it.
In spanish is "estadounidenses". In english it should be "united staters". America is a continent first and foremost, divided into South, Central and North America. Yes, I´m aware everyone knows this, but reading someone saying America is a country just threw me off. I know since it´s called "United States of America", everyone calls people from there americans, but like previously stated, it´s the name of the continent, so that makes a chilean an american, a puerto rican an american, a canadian an american, a guy born in suriname is also american, et al.