British

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noun
1
BAD: I would prefer to study in America or British.
GOOD: I would prefer to study in America or Britain.
The name of the country is Britain (or Great Britain ).
British is an adjective: 'British industry', 'British Airways'.
2
See THE 12 (↑the)
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adjective
1
BAD: I am learning English at British Council.
GOOD: I am learning English at the British Council.
the British Council : 'Professor Sinclair's visit was organized by the British Council.'
2
BAD: I am a student in the British Council.
GOOD: I am a student at the British Council.
See IN 5 (↑in)

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